ScienceKids.com, Scholastic.com and ScienceBob.com are examples of websites that outline easy, fun science experiments for children. The University of Wisconsin website has a page of science experiments suitable for the home. SteveSpanglerScience.com sells science experiment kits for children.
As of 2015, ScienceKids.com has several science experiments for kids listed. For instance, children can learn how to make quicksand, a vinegar volcano, glowing water, fake snot or a tornado in a bottle. They can also learn how to perform experiments to make eggs float, determine if an egg is raw or boiled, and discover what makes chocolate melt.
Scholastic.com has a curated list of science experiment videos. These videos show children experiments related to the contents of a glow stick, the urban legend surrounding pop rocks and soda making stomachs explode, the content of sugar in soda and the science behind some Harry Potter magic tricks.
From ScienceBob.com, kids can learn how to build a hovercraft from an old CD, make plastic milk, watch how yeast works and bend water with static electricity.
The University of Wisconsin website has links for science experiments such as exploring acids and bases with red cabbage, using soda to make raisins dance and causing soap bubbles to float.
Steve Spangler is a scientist, teacher and author who has produced science kits for home science projects. For instance, his Leprechaun Science Kit includes the materials for experiments that uncover rainbows, create green worms and cause beads to change colors.