Heart Science Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Did you know February is American Heart Month? My guess is it goes along with Valentine’s Day.

In honor of American Heart Month & Valentine’s Day, I’m sharing heart science activities for kids, as well as a few experiments your kids will enjoy.

Click on any image below to get the instructions.

heart science activities for kids - fun science for Valentine's Day ~ from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Crystal Heart Experiment - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Icing Heart Model - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com
Icing Heart Model

Fizzy Hearts Science - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Inflatable Heart Science Lesson - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com
Inflatable Heart Science Lesson
Circulatory System Project: made with pull and peel licorice - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com
Circulatory System Project: made with pull and peel licorice
Circulatory System Lesson - LOTS of great ideas - heart science activities for kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com
Circulatory System Lesson – LOTS of great ideas

These activities can inspire a love of learning in your kids so they spend their entire life learning and loving it. You can get 15 more love of learning strategies in our 6-Week Love of Learning E-Course.

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Question:
What science activities are you doing this week? You can leave a comment by clicking here.


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5 Comments

  1. I’m not finding the instructions for the licorice model. When I click on the photo as indicated above, it just opens a new window with the picture. I’m new to this site, maybe I’m missing something? Any help would be greatly appreciated! πŸ™‚

    1. I apologize for a late reply. I was out of the country the first part of April. Unfortunately, I do not have directions for the licorice model, nor do I have a link to directions. Most of my readers simply print the photo and use it as a pattern to make their own. Hope that helps.

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