Fun Science Experiment & Activities for Kids

Fun Science Experiment & Activities for Kids

Our range of kids' science experiments help to satisfy every child's curiosity about the physical, biological and chemical aspects of the natural world around him. These are simple to do and easy to follow science projects which will teach kids about various natural phenomena and scientific concepts and terms. Kids will learn the process of scientific enquiry through these fun science experiments.

Science Experiments

Science skills develop the moment a child can speak and explore. It leads to an awareness and understanding of the world. Kids acquire knowledge by experiencing, observing and exploring objects around them. Kids use basic instruments to collect and record data and investigate the world around them. Doing simple experiments can exercise children's minds, encourage the development of observation skills and teach them new learning techniques. They help them enjoy their learning experiences and become enthusiastic participants. It will help lay the foundation for a life-long love of science learning.

Our experiments of the everyday world around us lead to the development of mental skills of observation, inquiry, classification, analysis and interpretation. They can be easily completed by kids as they are equipped with step-by-step easy to follow instructions. They help in easy assimilation of concepts, encourage logical and reflective thinking. They lay the foundation for future understanding of more complex science concepts. They promote the development of problem solving skills and recognition of cause and effect. Kids learn by doing and experimenting so retain what they learn, in a unique way.

We aim to enliven the learning process and help kids to make healthy choices. Our science experiments are hands-on, child-driven, relevant, and active. Kids learn and understand best from what they can see, touch, feel, and manipulate. Kids use safe, readily available materials in experiments for science investigations. To understand the world they use the process of observing, predicting what might happen, testing those predictions, and making sense of observations. Empower your child by letting her / him explore, question and investigate through experiments at