Snackable Science Experiments

Snackable Science Experiments

60 Edible Tests to Try and Taste

Book - 2019
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Now, kids can have a snack while learning a thing or two about science with Emma Vanstone's edible science experiments. Curious kids will learn about liquid density by making layered popsicles, simulate how earthquakes affect buildings on different kinds of foundations using Jell-O and brownies and give their engineering skills a go by building bridges out of egg shells. Parents can rest easy knowing that their kids are learning and indulging their inquisitive natures using safe materials. Each experiment investigates and explains a different scientific principle using ingredients found right in your kitchen. And the best part is that after kids have built up an appetite exercising their scientific muscles, they will already have a snack just waiting to be eaten. Vanstone is the creator of the award-winning blog Science Sparks, which has over 334k followers on social media. She is also the author of This Is Rocket Science. This book features 60 experiments and 75+ photos.
Publisher: Salem, MA :, Page Street Publishing Co.,, 2019.
ISBN: 9781624148224
Branch Call Number: J 507.8 VA
Characteristics: 159 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm


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