Explore the amazing world of water for kids with our cool range of experiments, free games, interesting facts, fun quizzes, science fair projects, amazing videos and more!
Learn about ice, rivers, bubbles, rain, moisture and all kinds of interesting water topics. As well as activities for children, there are also lesson plans and worksheets for teachers, ideas for parents and a whole host of free teaching resources for anyone interested in water or other science topics online.
Give our fun water experiments a try and have fun learning about its amazing properties. Learn why water and oil don't mix, experiment with ice and more.
Oil and Water
Oil and water just don't get along, or do they? Experiment with oil and water and find out what can be added to help them mix.
What moves in mysterious ways. Learn about a science process called capillary action as part of this interesting experiment.
Ice Cube Magic
Use pressure to cut ice cubes in half and learn how the experiment relates to the science of ice skating.
Gravity Free Water
Can you help water overcome the force of gravity? Learn about air pressure with this cool water experiment for kids.
Challenge your knowledge of water related topics by trying one of our fun water quizzes.
How much do you know about the chemical properties of water? How about oceans, rivers, lakes, ice, snow and rain?
What's the biggest ocean on Earth? Does sound really travel faster through water than air? Answer these questions and more with our fun water quiz.
Water Word Scramble
Solve a range of fun word problems with our water word scramble. This puzzle game focuses on a range of words related to water, one of our most precious resources.
Get some great ideas for a range of fun water science fair projects. Follow our examples or be a true water expert and start from scratch with one of our suggested topics.
Water Science Fair Project Ideas
Check out our full list of water based science fair project ideas. Find ideas related to swimming pools, the impacts of moisture, drainage systems, the efficiency of filters, the amount of water used in showers, water absorption, drought conditions and more.
Make a Rain Gauge
You've no doubt experienced some heavy rain showers in your time, but how much rain is really falling from the sky? Is it enough to fill a cup over one day? Find out by making your own rain gauge to help you measure and record the amount of water.
Check out our cool range of free water pictures, photos and diagrams. Find interesting images of rivers, oceans, lakes, tsunamis, waves, rain and waterfalls.
Check out these fun water facts for kids and learn more about water molecules, the freezing point of water, rivers, oceans, tides and drinking water.
Liquid water is one of the things that makes our planet special. Learn some interesting chemical properties and everyday uses of water.
Most of the Earth's surface is covered by oceans. Find out what lives in oceans, why tides occur and much more.
Nile River Facts
Flowing through North East Africa, the Nile River is a source of life with an amazing history.
Amazon River Facts
Located in South America, the Amazon River is an amazing stretch of water that is home to many different species of wildlife.
Mississippi River Facts
Hard to spell but easy to admire, the Mississippi River features a rich history and wide range of interesting facts and trivia.
Have fun learning about science with these cool water games for kids. Enjoy a range of interactive activities that will help you understand the amazing properties of water.
Enjoy a range of water lesson plans, teaching resources, classroom ideas and fun worksheets. Find activities and information on topics such as bubbles, ice and moisture.
Easy to make and fun to play with, bubbles make for some great activities. Use dishwashing liquid and water to make your own.
Discuss the problem of mold in homes and investigate the causes and effects of moisture with this interesting lesson plan.
Colder Than Ice
Does salt have an effect on the temperature of ice? Help students find the answer with this simple lesson plan.
Water Word Search
How quickly can you find words related to water? Find out with this printable water word search for kids.
Take a look at these great water videos. Watch huge waves as they crash into an unlucky boat, learn how clouds form and understand the importance of the Earth's oceans.
Watch a ship battling through huge waves and sea swells.
Get an introduction to clouds with this great cloud basics video.
Watch strong winds and heavy monsoon rain in action
Learn how the Earth's oceans formed with this fascinating video.