Ice play

Ice play

Inspire your child's imagination with ice play, a great science experiment kids activity that may just spark a lifetime of scientific curiosity. Kids love to explore the unknown so dive into this fun science project today.

What you need:

  • balloons
  • water
  • freezer

Number of players:


Different shaped balloons work best with this activity.

Select balloons of different shapes, fill them with water and place them in the freezer overnight.

When they are frozen, cut away the balloons and place them on the first step of the pool.

Allow your child to play with the shape and watch the shape change as the warmer water starts to melt it.

You can spice this up with a bit of food colouring in an eye dropper if you are not in the pool

Let them squeeze drops onto the shape and watch the colour of their ice shape change.

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