Summer is here! It is such an exciting time for kids to play outside. My son loves playing in the water to cool off in 80 and 90 degree weather. Therefore, when I saw the water sprinkler project, I thought he would enjoy it. Today we will show you how to make a water sprinkler, which is an easy STEM project for kids.
Recently my son and I have gone to the pool and played with his water guns. It is good exercise for me to run and dodge his water attacks. I thought doing the water sprinkler would be a great connection to my son’s summer activities involving playing outdoors in water.
You mostly likely have all the the materials for this project at home. Below is what’s needed….
Your child will learn about Newton’s third law of motion, which says that every force has an equal and opposite re-force. When kids spin the sprinkler, they will see water fly out its opening. They will be amazed at how this works.
Below is video showing you step-by-step how to do this easy STEM project for kids. It gives an explanation of how the water sprinkler works. The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe if you enjoy it.
Have fun with this activity!