We love all things fall!
And we love when we can connect fall and November holidays across all of our curriculum areas.
So we talk about our veterans and their sacrifice using our Veterans Day emergent readers. As the weather starts getting crisper, our little learners have a blast with our Ice Fishing Science Experiment. And we get ready for Thanksgiving with our favorite Fine Motor Turkey activity.
But we also love to connect fall and November with science. And when we incorporate fall and science, students learn without realizing they’re learning!
There are so many fun ways to explore Science Experiments that add a seasonal theme. We’ve created these four November Science Experiments so your students can conduct science experiments, make hypotheses, ask and answer scientific questions and record their observations.
Want even more November activities? Be sure to take a look at all of our Thanksgiving Crafts for Little Learners.
November Science Experiments
Science Experiments are always entertaining and engage even our reluctant learners!
Engage your class with these exciting hands-on science experiments! This resource is perfect for helping your little learner realize how much fun science can be and can be used for Pre-K, Kindergarten and First grade classrooms.
Inside You’ll Find:
- Four different science experiments – some are seasonal and some are perfect for the whole year.
- Step-by-step instructions and pictures showing how to complete the experiment
- recording sheet for your students as they complete the experiment to record their observations
- 2 options for each recording sheet, allowing you to differentiate for your students
When your students see the Dancing Corn they will be fascinated, so it’s an easy way to get little ones engaged in the activity.
When preparing this fall-themed science experiment students are able to develop their hypotheses, make observations, and then record their results about the reaction when the materials combine.
Your kids will not be able to take their eyes off of these magical dancing corns!
Play Dough Leaf Prints
This Play Dough Leaf Prints experiment is an enjoyable way to connect nature with science.
Students are able to compare and contrast the different colors and the veins in their leaves. It also provides a way for you to discuss the science behind photosynthesis.
Your kids will have a blast seeing that they can make butter right in their classroom.
Students see the fat particles separate and cling together right before their eyes. They’ll observe the relationship between butter and buttermilk in this delicious and easy hands-on experiment.
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Are you ready to implement these in your classroom or home?
Have fun with your students in the classroom and at home with these November Science Experiments.
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