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!
Get out in the snow and build a huge fort! Use physics and math to make sure it doesn’t fall down.
Did you know you can make ice cream from snow? Make sure it’s clean!
Find out how quickly snow melts, and how much water is in snow.
Find out if placing jars of snow in different locations will change how quickly it melts.
Go outside in the snow and see what animal tracks you can find!
Make snow your canvas and practice color mixing.
Make a cute snow gauge and keep track of how much snow falls in your area!
Find out how much water is in snow.
Catch snowflakes on black paper and observe the different designs.
Transform a snowbank into a volcano!
Will a lump of snow sink or float in water?
It takes a REALLY cold day for this experiment, but it’s super fun if you have the chance to try it.
Use snow as canvas and paint away!
Find out if snow melts faster with cold, warm, or hot water added.
These are just a few of our favorite snow science experiments!