If you love snow and are lucky enough to have some this winter, try these super-fun snow science experiments! Snow has never been so fun or educational!
Snow is one of our family’s favorite things. Unfortunately, we live in Texas, where we are lucky to get even a light dusting of snow once a year. That doesn’t leave much room for turning our snow experience into educational fun. But if you’re lucky enough to live around snow for the majority of winter, these snow science experiments are the perfect way to bring your education outdoors. Try these fun science activities with snow and enjoy the snow in even more ways!
Snow Science Experiments and Activities for Kids
If you are lucky enough to live in a place with snow, these snow science projects are perfect! If you don’t have snow where you live, check out our other list of winter science experiments you can do without snow!
Build an Ingloo Big Enough for Your Family! – Your Modern Family
Make Ice Cream Using Real Snow – Happy Hooligans
Snow Melting Science Experiment – STEAM Powered Family
Snow Science Prediction – Creative Family Fun
Animal Tracking in the Snow – Share It Science News
Melting Snow Experiment – Little Bins for Little Hands
Color Mixing in the Snow – Adventure in a Box
Snowman Snow Gauge – Preschool Toolbox
Melting Snow Volume Experiment – Share It Science News
Catching Snowflakes Science – Lemon Lime Adventures
Make a Snow Volcano – Science Sparks
Does Snow Sink or Float? – Lemon Lime Adventures
Blow Frozen Bubbles – Share It Science News
Snow Paint – Science Kiddo
Snow and Water Experiment – Inspiration Laboratories
More Winter Fun
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