Cool Science Experiments for Kids: Easter Theme

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I love organizing some of our learning around a holiday theme or season.  We just finished exploring our winter science experiments and now we’re ready for Spring with these fun Easter experiments. Test the strength of a raw egg, grow a carrot from the top, raise baby chicks and experiment with your Easter candy with these cool science experiments for kids. 

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Science Experiments With Eggs

Egg geodes experiment from Tinker Lab.
Naked egg experiment from Nurture Store.
Egg drop challenge experiment from Buggy and Buddy.
Sink or float experiment with plastic eggs from Little Bins for Little Hands.
Bouncing egg experiment from I Can Teach My Child.
How to shrink and erupt an egg from Momma’s Fun World.
Make an egg squirt water from Science Sparks.
Eggshells are strong. How strong? from Science Sparks.
Try the walking on raw eggs experiment from Steve Spangler Science.

 Carrot Science

How to grow a carrot top by Laughing Kids Learn.
Density experiment: Carrots vs. Celery from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary.
Grow carrots in a soda bottle from Your Small Kitchen Garden.
Make carrots bend and learn about osmosis from How to Smile.


Grow crystal bunnies overnight from us, Creekside Learning
Learn how to raise and care for baby bunnies, from Sarah Martin.

Chicks and Hens

Raise backyard chickens from Teach Mama.
Hatch chicks at home from True Aim Education.
How a hen makes an egg from The Chicken Chick. **best for older kids**
How do baby chicks grow? from 123 Homeschool for Me.
Raise baby chicks with an egg incubator starer kit from HovaBator.

Science Experiments with Easter Candy

Expanding and contracting Peeps from Steve Spangler Science.
Dissolving peeps experiment from Mom to 2 Posh Li’l Divas.
Jelly bean science experiment from Frogs, Snails and Puppy Dog Tails.
6 cool science experiments with peeps from E is for Explore.
Use the microwave to grow a giant peep from mom to 2 Posh Li’l Divas.

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