If you’re finding yourself in need of ways to keep your kids occupied, you should definitely consider organizing a few at-home science experiments! Often these experiments use items you can find in your kitchen cabinets, which makes it even more convenient to do at home.
Science experiments for kids often mimic real-life science phenomenons which make them both a learning experience and fun at the same time. Follow along for a few easy and educational science experiments you can do at home with your children.
Baking Soda Volcanoes
When it comes to at-home science experiments, one of the most basic ones you can conduct is the baking soda volcano experiment. This will teach your children the basics of chemistry and reactions between different ingredients.
To conduct this experiment, you’ll need baking soda, vinegar, and optional red food coloring for a “lava” effect. Check out the video below for all the tips and tricks you need to know before creating your own baking soda volcano at home!