We love science, but even more when it’s Christmas themed!
What make Christmas Science Experiments so fun? It’s the themed exploration of everyday occurrences!
Here are 25 fun Christmas themed science experiments to brighten up the subject this holiday season!
Check out the giveaway at the bottom to help your homeschool this Christmas!
25 Christmas Themed Science Experiments!
Magnetic Christmas Science and Sensory Bottles – Mom Inspired Life
Ice Ornaments – Kids Get Crafty
Fizzing Candy Canes – Teaching Mama
Christmas Tree Homemade Slime – Little Bins For Little Hands
Make homemade slime with this Christmas inspired slime recipe!
Exploring Pine Trees – Inspiration Laboratories
Candy Canes Oobleck – Science Sparks
Dissolving Candy Canes – Lemon Lime Adventures
What melts candy canes? Find out in this fun experience that is great for elementary students.
Pine Needle in a Bottle – Teach Preschool
Growing A Crystal Tree – Playdough To Plato
Dancing Jingle Bells Christmas Science – Modern Preschool
Growing your own Christmas Tree Sponge – Gifts of Curiosity
Egg Down the Chimney – The Scientific Mom
Fizzy Candy Cane Eruptions – Preschool Powol Pockets
Holiday Science Experiment Sink or Float – Discover Learn Connect
Christmas Science with Magna-Tiles & Jingle Bells – And Next Comes L
Jingle Bell Bottles – Laly Mom
Christmas Candy Chemistry Science Experiment – Left Craft Brain Brain
Winner Wednesday – Polar Express Science
Cool Peppermint Slime – Schooling a Monkey
DIY Snowman Stress Balls – Parents
Candy Cane Experiment – Play Learn Grow
Candy Cane Rice Sensory Bin – Coffee Cups and Crayons
Fizzy Elf Lab – Science Sparks
Hot Chocolate Science – Creative Family Fun
Christmas Play Dough – Pocket of Preschool
Jingle Bell Marble Run Visual Tracking Activity – The ToolBox
Which of these Christmas science experiments will you try in your homeschool?
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Susan Evans says
What a great idea to have Christmas themed science experiments!
Such great ideas!! I will be using these in our homeschool co op!!
Audrey Stewart says
What a wonderful chance for someone. We could all use some extra help for the holidays. Thanks for this.
Jason Hood says
Great ideas Jannie! I will be celebrating my first Christmas with my kids year and I really wanted to plan something good for them and their mother. Thank you for the amazing ideas!
Realme 9 price in Bangladesh says
Here are a few Christmas-themed science experiments that you can try at home:
Candy Cane Chromatography: Using a coffee filter and water, separate the colors in a candy cane to see how different dyes are used to create the colors.
Christmas Tree Light Bulb Circuit: Create a simple circuit using a Christmas tree light bulb, battery, and wire to learn about electrical circuits.
Peppermint Oobleck: Mix cornstarch and water to make Oobleck, then add peppermint extract and food coloring to create a festive, sensory experience.
Crystal Snowflakes: Create your own snowflakes by growing salt or borax crystals, using pipe cleaners or paper to create the shape of a snowflake.
Gingerbread House Earthquake: Build a gingerbread house and test its structural integrity by simulating an earthquake using a shake table or by gently pushing on the walls.
These experiments can be a great way to have fun and learn about science during the Christmas season.