Science Experiments Inspired by Children’s Books

The Storybook Science series at Inspiration Laboratories is in full swing. For the first week, bloggers shared science experiments inspired by children’s books. Amazon affiliate links are included in this post. Click on the picture of the book.

Check out this collection of experiments inspired by books.

Science Experiments Inspired by Children’s Books

Mama Smiles shares a great list of activities for exploring the way things work inspired by the machines and mechanisms discussed in the book.

Design a plant science experiment to test which plant will grow the best with Inspiration Laboratories.

Try this Making Thunder Science Experiment inspired by Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? from Preschool Powol Packets

Do this Zombie Goldfish Optical Illusion Experiment from JDaniel4’s Mom after reading My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish.

Create an experiment to answer the question: How Do Boats Float with Nerdy Mamma

Conduct a Balancing Like the Cat in the Hat Gravity Experiment from Line upon Line Learning

Kids of all ages can try this Things That Go Experiment from Inspiration Laboratories inspired by The Pigeon Loves Things That Go!

Have you been inspired by a book to conduct a science experiment? Tell us about it in the comments!

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