10+ Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids 2020

Not all science is just something you do in a lab or in a classroom. Most places can be great to explore the science world, like the kitchen where, with the ready material right at hand, you can do science experiments with your kids any time you like. 

Try out our kitchen science experiments, with your kids and discover something amazing. These kitchen science ideas are designed for families to investigate and have fun learning together without leaving home. Each science experiment requires common kitchen-found materials that everyone probably already has, like oil, salt, milk, baking soda, vinegar, and food scraps you were going to throw away anyway. What is so great about these easy kitchen experiments is that you can set up some kind of loose schedule, nothing too confining. 

10+ kitchen science experiments for kids 2020


Click on the activities below and find one that’s right for you.  They are all easy to set up and magical to watch. Let's have fun.


Rainbow Density Column Experiment

Make a colorful liquid stacking column! This happens because they have different densities from each other and don't mix well together. This is an easy, fun, and colorful science experiment that illustrates the concept of density.

Rainbow Density Column Experiment


Melting Baking Soda Tree ACtivity for Kids

Melting Baking Soda Tree is a classic Science Experiment. It is a perfect STEM activity for kids with daily supplies, baking soda, and vinegar.  This fizzing, melting baking soda tree science activity is always kids' favorite.

Rainbow Density Column Experiment


Invisible Ink Kitchen Experiments 

Kids have been crazy about writing invisible messages so that they can keep their little secrets. Our Invisible Lemon Juice Ink is a good idea for them to try. They are definitely gonna enjoy this so much. It is for both fun and education. 

Invisible Ink Kitchen Experiments


Is Oobleck Liquid or Solid?

Oobleck, a weird and wonderful substance, is a non-Newtonian fluid, a fancy term for a liquid whose viscosity changes depending on pressure, in other words, being both liquid and solid.

Is Oobleck Liquid or Solid?


Water Fireworks in a bottle

Water Fireworks in a bottle

You may find it impossible to set firework in water. But this is really the case. Alright, this is not the firework in your mind. It is some food coloring explode in the water and the process is almost like the firework setting up. This a super easy and colorful science experiment for kids to try. 


Magic Milk Painting

Magic Milk Painting

Have you ever thought to paint on the milk? Amazing idea. isn’t it. And today, we gonna show you this amazing science experiment with the material you can find in the kitchen. Trust me, you can be an artist if you really try this one.


Pepper Powder Dance Science Experiment

This Pepper Powder Dance is a super easy but fantastic science experiment with materials that can be found in anyone’s kitchen. The surface tension drives the pepper powder to move. It looks just like magic.

Pepper Powder Dance Science Experiment


Make a Tornado in a Bottle

Do you know how a tornado is formed? Our experiment Tornado in a Bottle will tell you the principle behind the tornado. It is perfect to do this experiment at home or school with just two bottles and water.

Make a Tornado in a Bottle


Milk and cola experiment

This Milk and Milk Experiment is going to tell you never drink cola and milk at the same time. Let’s have a look at what will happen when you put cola and milk together. I am sure you will be shocked.

Milk and cola experiment


Floating or Sinking Egg Science Experiment

Have you ever wondered why some stuff float in water and others sink? This Floating Egg experiment we gonna show you will give you an answer and can teach your kids some science facts about density in a visible way. We also draw some emojis on the egg to make it more attractive to kids. This is a perfect idea to try at home with kids. Now let’s have a look at it.

Floating or Sinking Egg Science Experiment


Disappearing  beaker

Have you ever read The Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen? Two weavers make clothes for the king, the cloth which is invisible to ones who are either unfit for his position or "hopelessly stupid". Are there any objects invisible in reality? This magic-like experiment will teach you how to make an object disappear. Sound crazy, isn’t it?

Disappearing  beaker


Convection Currents

Do you know why the seawater flows? Our Colorful Convection Currents science experiment will tell you why. It is a super fun stem activity for kids to do at home and at school.

Convection Currents


Floating Rice Bottle 

I am sure you have heard Friction many times in your daily life. But do you know who to explain it to your kids with a vivid demonstration? Our experiment Floating Rice Bottle is a good idea for you.

Floating Rice Bottle





10+ Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids 2020 10+ Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids 2020 Reviewed by Ronyes Tech on September 29, 2020 Rating: 5

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