Easter Science Experiments - just for fun! : Fizzics Education


Have 10% off on us on your first purchase - Use code NOW10


Easter Science Experiments – just for fun!

Easter Science Experiments – just for fun!

Follow FizzicsEd Articles:

Easter is a great time to incorporate science experiments into your primary school curriculum or even at home!

Here are some fun and engaging Easter-themed science experiments for students.

Painted eggshells holding up biology books on a table

How strong is an eggshell?

  • Just how strong are eggshells?
  • Test their strength in this fun science activity for kids. Lots of fun and is perfect for the home or in the classroom.

Orange read more button

Naked egg without a shell getting held

Create a naked & bouncy egg

  • Dissolve the shell….classic egg experiment 🙂

Orange read more button

Egg sitting on top of a glass bottle

Egg into a bottle trick

  • Repeat the classic experiment!
  • Why is it so?

Orange read more button

Egg inertia science experiment - Karate chopping the lid

Egg inertia

  • Karate chop science!
  • Just like a magic trick

Orange read more button

Stand on eggs science experiment - pushing off the desks

How to stand on eggs!

  • Spread your weight!
  • Nice trick to know 🙂

Orange read more button

A broken chocolate bar

Measure the speed of light with chocolate

  • Ever tried measuring the speed of light using chocolate? It’s possible!
  • A fun science activity that you get to eat 🙂

Orange read more button

There are other experiments you can do too!

  • Eggshell Geodes

    Eggshells can be transformed into beautiful geodes with a simple science experiment. Fill the eggshells with water and add some food colouring. Then add a mixture of alum and water to the eggshells. After a few hours, the alum crystals will begin to form inside the eggshell, creating a stunning geode.

  • Egg Drop Challenge

    This classic science experiment challenges students to design and build a contraption that will protect an egg from breaking when dropped from a height. Provide materials like straws, cotton balls, and popsicle sticks, and let students get creative with their designs.

  • Peeps Science

    Peeps are a staple of Easter, and they can also be used for science experiments. One fun experiment involves placing Peeps in different liquids like water, vinegar, and soda to see what happens to them over time. Students can also try microwaving Peeps to see how they react to heat.

These Easter-themed science experiments are a great way to engage students in hands-on learning while also celebrating the holiday season. Have fun and happy experimenting!

Happy teaching,

Ben Newsome.

Ben Newsome smiling

Primary science teaching book

“Be Amazing! How to teach science, the way primary kids love”

Want more ideas for teaching science?

Subscribe to the FizzicsEd Podcast!

Calendar of Events

HIGH SCHOOL Science@Home 4-Week Membership 12PM: March 2024

Feb 26, 2024 - Mar 29, 2024

12PM - 12PM

Price: $50 - $900

PRIMARY Science@Home 4-Week Membership 2PM: March 2024

Feb 26, 2024 - Mar 22, 2024

2PM - 2PM

Price: $50 - $900

Light and Colour Online Workshop, Jan 18 PM

Jan 18, 2024

2PM - 3PM

Price: $50

Light and Colour Online Workshop, Jan 18 AM

Jan 18, 2024

9AM - 11AM

Price: $50

Lego Robotics, Sydney Olympic Park Jan 2024

Jan 24, 2024

9AM - 12PM

Price: $50

Creative Coding, Sydney Olympic Park Jan 2024

Jan 24, 2024

1PM - 4PM

Price: $50

Creative Coding, Sydney Olympic Park July 11 2023

Jul 11, 2023

9AM - 4PM

Price: $100

Fizzics Education STEAM Day: Robots vs Dinosaurs, Lalor, Apr 14

Apr 14, 2023

9AM - 12PM

Price: $45 - $50

Creative Coding, Sydney Olympic Park April 14 2023

Apr 14, 2023

9AM - 4PM

Price: $100

Science@Home After School 4-Week Membership: March 2023

Mar 06, 2023 - Mar 31, 2023

4PM - 5PM

Price: $40 - $1200



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.