While winter might keep your preschooler inside, it doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of fun winter science activities they can do indoors. Plus, for the warmer winter days, there are a couple of activities they can take outdoors for some winter fun!
Preschool Winter Science Activities
It’s definitely cold outside, but that won’t stop your little scientist from learning. Try out this cool science activity that will involve grown-up supervision, but will inspire their curiosity.
If your preschooler has ever wondered what it’s like to be a penguin, here’s their chance to find out. ABCs of Literacy has a cute and easy penguin science activity to get a feel for what it’s like for our arctic pals.
The Arctic Animals theme makes a great addition to this craft!
If the weather isn’t too cold outside, these snow volcanoes are a fun learning experience for your little one. Science Sparks tries out different colors and uses many items you’ll already have around the house.
The activities in the LOW PREP Winter Binder are perfect companion to the Winter Science Activities for Preschoolers.
Playdough to Plato brings you a super simple sticky ice experiment. See if your little scientist can guess (form a hypothesis) as to what will make the difference between the string sticking or not sticking to the ice.
123HomeSchool4Me has the perfect winter science activity to fill your preschooler up with glee. Give your kids a hands on experience by creating snowmen bags that will grow and grow until they explode!
This Snowman Theme is packed full of hands on math and learning fun!
It’s never too soon to introduce a little bit of chemistry to your preschooler. This winter science experiment from 7 Days of Play is the perfect activity to introduce safe, but exciting, chemical reactions and inspire their curiosity.