Acoustic wave, the force of gravity or magnetic field – all of these things can confuse kids or instantly bore them. But there is one way of learning that won’t make them yawn – learning through science experiments! In this way kids can visualize what they are reading about, which can help them understand and memorize a given concept.
Also, contrary to some beliefs, you don’t need sophisticated props to conduct an experiment with a child. You can perform many of them using everyday objects such as a bottle, a fizzy tablet or a sheet of paper.
Check out our infographic for other benefits of learning through experiments. You will also get to know an experiment a child can do right away!
Discover our latest ebook Children’s Book of Experiments with 30 unique science experiments for kids 4-9.
Each experiment contains a unique illustration, necessary props, step-by-step instructions, scientific explanation and additional tips for kids.
Thanks for reading and see you soon!
Magdalena | Appetite For Education