Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Kids can explore imagination, art, self-control, delicious snacks, and a whole lot more. We homeschoolers typically like to celebrate our holidays with a bit more education behind our activities. That is why these Christmas Science Experiments Kids Will Love are the perfect way to celebrate Christmas in your homeschool.
- Solve & Stamp Math Worksheets (math; K-3rd)
- Greater Than Less Than (math; K-3rd)
- Simple Color by Number (Preschool / K)
- Color by Number (Preschool / K)
- Hands on Christmas Skip Counting Puzzles
- Free Christmas Fact Familes
- Fun Christmas Math Practice (+ – ÷ ×) 2nd-4th grade
- Christmas Around the World
- A World War 2 Christmas
- Printable Christmas Writing Prompts (language arts K-6th)
- Lights Spelling
- Free Christmas Create-A-Word
- Elf Writing Prompts
- December Spelling Tests
Christmas Science Experiments
Try these Christmas Science Experiments Kids Will Love and your kids will remember the year of “Christmas science” fondly for many years to come. My kids have tried several of these experiments and they still talk about them and ask for repeats, even the day after we did it the first time!
Christmas Science Projects
Learn about sprouting seeds in this Christmas Tree Growing Experiment from Gift of Curiosity.
Kids can learn about liquid viscosity and color mixing in this galaxy Christmas ornaments experiment.
Learn about color mixing in this Christmas lights light table experiment from Little Bins from Little Hands.
Young kids will have fun with this fun-to-watch Melting Christmas Tree
Find out if Christmas objects sink or float in this science activity from KC Adventures.
Make a snowglobe that bubbles on its own with this chemistry Christmas experiment from Schooling a Monkey.
Lean how snowflakes form in this snowflake science investigation from Kitchen Counter Chronicles.
Kids will learn all about the density of snow, ice, and water in this fun snow science experiment from STEAM Powered Family.
Learn how much water a Christmas tree needs to live in this science investigation from Mama Smiles.
Dissolving candy canes is a super fun and super sweet science experiment from Lemon Lime Adventures.
Jingle bells will dance in this fun Christmas twist on the classic science experiment from Modern Preschool.
Make “frozen” pinecones from Borax in this fun Christmas science experiment from Planet Smarty.
Grow a crystal Christmas tree in this science experiment from We Made That!
If you try any of these Christmas science projects, let us know! We’d love to see your version of these ideas.