Science Activities

Pumpkin Harvest Activities and Game

Preschool pumpkin and harvest activities, games, and free printables

Chick Hatching Craftivity

Children will love to help the chick hatch from the egg with this simple chick hatching activity and craft (our inspitation for this craft came from here). Use the craftivity to talk about how the chick grows inside the egg.

Chicken Life Cycle Activities and Crafts

A hen does not need a rooster to lay eggs. However, a hen does need a rooster to fertilize its eggs, otherwise the eggs will not hatch. If the egg is fertilized, the mother hen or a broody hen will care for the egg by keeping it warm until it hatches. While developing, the unhatched chick will eat the yolk in the egg to get the nutrition it needs to grow and develop.

My Leaf Science

What you need:
A "special" leaf for each child
Small bag or basket
Magnifying glass
What you do:

Planets and the Solar System Activities

Learn about the planets in our solar system and their names. Craft foam can be turned into beautiful planets that children can sequence and label. These planets can also be used in other space-themed activities.

Telescope Craft and Outer Space Vocabulary Review

Children make their own telescopes from paper towel rolls and clear plastic cups. Then, they use their telescopes in an outer space vocabulary review. 

Parts of a Flower Science Exploration for Preschool and Kindergarten

Children explore the parts of a flower by examining an unpotted plant in this science exploration and sensory activity. 

Parts of a Flower Science Exploration

What you need:

My Flower Diary and Greenhouse Activity

Children grow their own flowers in plastic cup greenhouses and keep a diary of the process and the growth of their seedlings. Once the seedlings fill the insides of the plastic cup greenhouses, they can be planted in a window box for the classroom or potted for children to take home. 

My Flower Diary and Greenhouse

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Flowers are Living Things Science Activity

Children explore what it means to be a living thing versus a nonliving thing in this introduction to flowers and what they need to survive.

A Flower Is a Living Thing

Parts of a Flower Science, Fine Motor, and Craft

Children will learn the parts of a flower and hone their fine motor skills while making this beautiful suncatcher craft with common flowers from the garden. Your children (and everyone else) will love seeing their suncatchers hanging in the window, on the wall, or from the ceiling. NOTE: This would also make a great Mother's Day gift.


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