When I think of Spring, I think of planting seeds, growing plants and flowers, gardening ideas and all things outside! With these easy seed science activities, even the youngest kids can explore, investigate and plant seeds right along with the big kids or just you! These ideas are also perfect for the classroom setting to. Sharing simple science activities with kids is a great way to get them involved in the world around them.
EASY SEED SCIENCE ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
Whether this is your first year planting seeds with kids or you do it all the time, you want to be prepared to make your seed science activities a success! Rainy Day Mum has a great list of the best flowers and vegetable plants to grow with kids! Our seed jar and eggshell seed science activities were a blast for my preschooler and he can get even more out of them this year in kindergarten!
10 AWESOME EASY SEED SCIENCE ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
A seed jar is one of the coolest seed science activities to try! We had a blast watching our seeds go through each phase of growing!
You can also plant seeds in eggshells. We checked out our seeds in different phases of growth. Also a fun dirt sensory activity.
I love all the mini seed experiments from Gift of Curiosity, she has some great ideas for setting up awesome mini experiments with seeds. What do seeds need? Such great learning!
An Every Day Story set up an experiment to see how deep you should plant your seeds.
Make your own paper plate greenhouse from J4Daniels Mom to watch your seeds grow with a fun craft and science activity!
Buggy and Buddy has a free printable observation journal to go along with their seed science activity.
Growing grass from pre-k pages is the perfect easy seed science idea that is also a simple classroom project.
Did you know an avocado pit is a seed. Take a look how you can use your next avocado pit for a seed science activity from Share It Science
The STEM Laboratory show you how to build a sprout house!
SO MANY IDEAS FOR SIMPLE SEED SCIENCE ACTIVITIES!
WHICH ONE WILL YOU START WITH FIRST?