Simple Science: Fun and Easy Science Experiements for Primary

We love to have a Simple Science Experiment every Friday.  This is an easy way to boost practice of experimentation, exploration, and observation in the classroom.  Plus, they are SUPER fun and allow for student participation! Come see some of our favorites and grab a recording sheets for your kiddos to use!
Getting Started
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Once we're ready to introduce science lessons and experiments in the classroom, we love using this activity!  We start with reading the book What is Science?  It's simple and easy to read for primary kiddos.  We make the chart together and the kiddos assemble the science guy or gal.

After kiddos finish their scientist craft, we pull out some sorting bags as a little observation intro. activity.
10 Simple and Fun Experiments!
Click each picture to visit the blog post for the experiment.  You can read about how to set up the experiment and grab a recording sheet to use with your kiddos!
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2018/10/simple-science-gummy-bear-experiment.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2018/10/simple-science-black-magic.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2019/02/simple-science-color-changing-potions.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2018/10/simple-science-dancing-gummy-worms.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2018/12/simple-science-christmas-lava-lamps.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2018/12/simple-science-santas-milk.html
https://www.firstgradebuddies.com/2019/02/simple-science-making-ice-grow.html



















8 comments

  1. These are great pins! I love the tourist :)
    Annie
    Three Cheers for First Grade!

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    1. Isn't it cute? We do Flat Stanley as a grade level; I think we could tie the tourist in somehow! :)

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  2. I LOVE all of your pins! The little houses & tourist crack me up & I'm sure my kids would love the fossils! So fun!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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    1. Thank you, Molly! Our kiddos would be so happy with all of these projects. :) We hope you are continuing to enjoy your summer!

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  3. How cute are your pins? Thanks for linking up! I had pinned the plant growing toward the light, too. Love the tourist also! :)

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    1. Thank you! The plant experiment would be great for first graders for sure!

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  4. Fun pins. The gummy bear experiment looks awesome.
    I did the plant shoe box activity when I was in 5th grade (a hundred years ago). I remember really enjoying it.
    Thanks for the tpt feedback.
    Have a good evening.

    School Is a Happy Place

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    1. We are glad to hear it worked! Thanks for he great freebie, it deserves great feedback!

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