Encourage your child’s love of learning with these awesome explosion experiments!
These 25 Spectacular Explosion Experiments for Kids are so much fun that your kids won’t even know they are learning. Between exploding apples and erupting ice there is enough fun here to last for weeks! Encourage that love of science with these awesome experiments. Enjoy!
In this experiment your child will watch a bottle blow its top…just by twisting it!
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Your little paleontologists will love hatching these erupting dinosaur eggs.
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Abraca-xplosion! With just a handful of household ingredients you and your child can make elephant toothpaste.
Volcanoes are so yesterday. Todays kids are all about alternative explosions…like this apple. You won’t believe how far the core flies!
Instead of a simple vinegar and water explosion, why not add food coloring and make art!
This egg not only bounces, it explodes! You won’t believe how it’s done, either.
With just the right ingredients added to a bag, you can make glow in the dark explosions that are unbelievably pretty!
Don’t just draw on sidewalks, use erupting sidewalk chalk and watch the watercolors come to life.
These color gelatin bombs are gorgeous as they fizz. How many colors will your children want to make?
For a really big bang, add paint to a balloon and drop it on a hard surface. The splatter is amazingly fun and your kids will love mixing the colors.
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Washing cars is fun, but exploding carwashes are awesome fun. Give your kids a fizzy day they won’t forget.
You can hide coins and jewels in these ‘treasure chests‘ and your kids will be so excited to discover the hidden secrets.
These exploding fireworks make gorgeous artwork that you and your children will want to hang in your house.
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Let the kids draw on the sidewalk with this paint, and instead of washing it away you can use vinegar to make it fizz up. They’ll love this fizzy paint art!
Glow in the dark explosions are awesome to watch, especially when they keep going, and going, and going…
Did you know when you microwave Ivory soap you get this? It’s as soft as a cloud and it only takes a little soap to make this huge pile of fluff.
Frozen ice volcanoes are fun to explode…especially on hot summer days.
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You’ve probably already seen the Mentos geyser, but have you tried it yet? Seriously, you have to try it. It’s a blast.
Your child is going to be amazed when they watch milk colors first explode, then fill up the container.
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Maybe you’ve microwaved one Peep before, but did you know you can make a Peep geyser when you add a bunch of them to a container? It’s so cool to watch!
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For those especially colorful kiddo’s, you can make a rainbow of explosions.
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When you add pop rocks to soda it creates enough of a gas that you can blow up a glove. How fun is that?
Add some sparkles to your exploding geysers and the glittery fun will look almost like fireworks.
This erupting watermelon is awesome because it doesn’t use any vinegar to make it explode!
Normal explosions are tons of fun, but once this one explodes, it becomes slime. Seriously. Exploding slime. Talk about taking things to the next level!