Gearing up for wintertime? Your kids might have to miss a school day because of the snow, but they can continue the learning with these super cool snow-themed science activities right in your homes!
There are so many opportunities for educational fun for your kiddos when there’s snow on the ground!
Cool and Fun Snow-Themed Science Activities for Kids of All Ages
1. Fizzling Snowman
This little snowman experiment from Inspiration Laboratories is fun for your kids to make! It’s even more fun to add the vinegar to him and watch the snowman fizzle and melt!
2. Snowman in a Bottle
Your little ones will enjoy watching a snowman melt before their very eyes! When you put a little snowman inside a bottle, you can watch it melt mess-free! Your little one will have fun in this science experiment from Teach Preschool!
3. Cool Shimmery Snow Volcano
A snow volcano couldn’t happen in real life, but this shimmery snow volcano experiment by Creekside Learning sure is fun to play with!
4. Snowman in a Ziplock
Here’s another fun way to watch a snowman melt! Place a snowman inside a ziplock baggie and see if your kiddo can guess how long it will take for the snowman to melt! Such a clever experiment from Teach Preschool!
5. Snow Forming Experiment
Snow is the perfect ingredient for an experiment! Your young ones will find out how snow forms in this home experiment from Sugar Aunts! Form a hypothesis and then see if it was correct!
6. Colorful Painting on Snow
Painting on snow is so much different than painting on paper! Explore the differences with this snow painting activity by Teach Preschool!
7. Fun Snow Art Experiment
Experiment with snow, salt, and paint! Your kiddos will enjoy creating a beautiful art piece in this process from Housing A Forest!
8. Fab Pretend Snow
With just two ingredients, your kiddo can make this pretend snow experiment from Milk and Cuddles! The best part is that you can play with it inside where it’s warm!
9. Homemade Colorful Icicles
You and your little ones can make these colorful icicles experiment by Housing a Forest in your very own backyard! How many colors will you add?
10. Frozen Water Balloon Snowman
This frozen snowman by Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas is made from frozen water balloons! Do an experiment with your kids to see where he’ll melt the fastest!
11. Easy DIY Crystal Snowflakes
If it’s too cold for kids to go outside, bring the snow indoors with these DIY crystal snowflakes experiments by Gift of Curiosity! They’re so shimmery!
12. Colorful Erupting Volcano
Add a little volcanic excitement to your kid’s snow day with this erupting snow volcano experiment from My Nearest and Dearest!
13. Fun Snow and Water Experiment
Do this fun experiment with snow and water from Inspiration Laboratories! What happens when your kids add cold or hot water? Find out!!
14. Does Snow Sink or Float?
A child’s questions make the perfect intro to a science experiment! Does snow sink or float? Let’s find out in this super cool experiment from Lemon Lime Adventures!
15. Fun Snow Investigation Activity
Kids love investigating things, don’t they? Put those skills to work with this snow investigation activity by Pleasantest Thing!
16. Snowstorm in a Jar
Your kids will be amazed by this snowstorm in a jar! And they’ll be learning about the weather too in this experiment by Growing A Jeweled Rose!
More Fun-Themed Science Experiments for Kids from Play Ideas!
- Make your little one know the importance of social distancing in the midst of pandemic by going through this experiment!
- You and your kiddos will surely love making these yummy snackable science experiments!
- Winter will be cooler as your little ones do these awesome winter experiments together!
- These edible science experiments will fill your kiddo’s hunger for wonder and for food!
- Your kiddos will love doing these awesome balloon science experiments on a dull afternoon!
- Want some science humor? These silly science experiments will make your kids roar with laughter and wonder!
- These safe and fun explosion science activities will surely explode some for your kiddos!
Which awesome snow-themed science experiment are you doing with your kids today?