How the Grinch Stole Christmas Science Activities

How the Grinch Stole Christmas is such a classic book. I remember reading it and watching the cartoon as a child. After reading or watching the story, try one of these great Grinch themed science activities.

Science Activities inspired by How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Make predictions with this Grinch themed guessing and counting activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect.

Use a little Christmas science to grow the Grinch’s heart with this activity from Creative Family Fun.

Practice making observations as you play with Grinch’s heart slime from Little Bins for Little Hands.

Explore melting with ice and salt in this Find the Grinch’s Heart activity from 123 Play and Learn.

Work on measuring and mixing skills while you mix up a batch of Grinch play dough. Left Brain Craft Brain has the details. {There are many other Grinch ideas in this post.}

More Grinch Science Ideas

  • Make green colored drinks. {Practice measuring and following directions.}
  • Explore with baking soda and vinegar. Use food coloring to color the vinegar green.
  • Do a Grinch themed twist on this simple baking soda and vinegar exploration. Hide red watercolors or food coloring under the baking soda. Challenge your child to find the Grinch’s heart.
  • Make green fizzing rocks {made from baking soda} and hide a small red heart inside. Dissolve the Grinch rocks with vinegar to reveal the heart. See Reading Confetti‘s dissolving rocks for instructions on how to make them.

Can you think of any more ideas?

 

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