Hey, just so you know ... This post includes affiliate links. That means if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. That's how I can afford to continue inspiring and equipping families to add more digital learning to their home education. You can read my full affiliate disclosure HEREKids want gifts that are fun, but we all know that us moms love it when the gift is also educational. These fun science experiments gifts will please both of you as kids learn and have fun at the same time. Hands-on activities and science experiments are a great way for kids to discover how things are made, how different things react to one another, and much more.
Who knows … maybe the gift will spur an interest that will lead to a future career in science or tech.
15 Science Gifts that Your Kids Will Love
For ages 8 and up. This fun STEM kit brings science projects to life and showing them the excitement of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The kit includes 25 hands-on experiments and a lab guide for learning.
This weather kit teaches children about the effects of climate change and global warming as well as learning how weather works. The experiments help teach how static electricity works, how lighting is caused, how to make clouds in your palm and more.
Kids can conduct physics, chemistry, and biology experiments with the tools you can find in your kitchen. While this isn’t a kit, it’s a great book with a list of experiments that teach important skills.
Included in the kit are 21 mind-blowing experiments where kids can create a lava lamp, crystals, volcanoes, and more. The kit includes everything needed; except a few household items that you may need.
Tell me, which of these science gifts will your kids will be most excited about?
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