Our elf just raided my science supplies and came up with some fun easy experiments to show the kids during Christmas! I hope it inspires your elf too!
Elf in Slime
As it turns out, elves can’t resist playing with slime! Our elf found our slime stash from Halloween and decorated the container with a cute elf belt! Here is a great slime recipe here.
A fizzy Christmas countdown
Elves are just as excited as we are to help the kids countdown to Christmas. She left a balloon filled with baking soda and a bottle of vinegar so when the kids come downstairs in the morning they can blow up the balloon to see the magical message appear! Here’s how our elf prepared this experiment!
Elfish States of Matter
Elves know that Texas kids don’t get to see much snow. So ours brought some from the North Pole! The only trick is we have to keep it frozen! What a great lesson on states of matter!
Imagine all of the science and engineering that goes on in Santa’s workshop. On this day our elf taught us that jingle bells are made of metal which a magnet is attracted to. One of my favorite things my kids said this day was, “Wow, I didn’t know jingle bells would stick to magnets!” It gave us a reason to explore what else magnets can stick to!
Elf 3D Model
Elves must have a lot of spatial skills to build all of the toys for Santa. Here is our elf showing us how to build 3D shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks! After we found our elf we promptly started trying to build the same structure shown here.
We have loved having our elf show us so many neat science experiments this Christmas! We hope your elf will bring a little easy science to show your kiddos too! It really is the most wonderful time of the year!