ISBN: 1641526211
EAN13: 9781641526210
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 4, 2020
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 0.7874016" H x 9.015748" L x 8.464567" W
Weight: 1.256635 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Awesome Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids: 50 Steam Projects You Can Eat!

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Book Overview

Fun and edible at-home science experiments for kids ages 5 to 10

Science is always happening all around us Not just in laboratories and schools but also in parks, restaurants, and even your home. Whether you're looking to encourage engineering for kids, physics for kids, or any kind of science learning, this book brings the excitement of scientific investigation to your kitchen.

From flaming cheese puffs to solar-powered s'mores, discover a heaping helping of food-related experiments that kids can (literally) sink their teeth into. Each of these edible science experiments for kids comes with easy-to-follow instructions as well as ratings for difficulty and mess so adults know how much they need to supervise.

  • 50 Snack-worthy experiments-Show kids science in action with tons of experiments they can try (and taste) themselves.
  • A complete introduction to STEAM―Kids will eat their way through experiments organized into five chapters, each focused on science, technology, engineering, art, or math.
  • Fun and educational for everyone―Whether it's your child's first time experimenting in the kitchen or they've already got some cooking experience, this book will keep them engaged, curious, and safe.

Hungry for scientific exploration? Dig in with this book of delicious and educational science experiments for kids.

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5
   Fun & exciting
These science experiments are fun and easy to make. They were enjoyable for my 4 year old and my 10 year old.
 
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   Deceptive Title
The book was very disappointing. Almost all experiments involved large quantities of sugar-based ingredients. The experiment itself was the smallest part of each project, and the directions were vague. Pictures and more detailed instructions would have helped, too. I am sure that this book will not remain on the shelf of my six-year-old grandson. Very disappointing ''.
 
5
   Buy it!
SO cute and SO fun! My five year old boy is so excited to do them. I am also doing it with my 3 yr old twins. There are beginner and advanced ones and I feel like it can be from 3-8 years old because you can choose how involved they are. If they are older, they could probably do it themselves without so much supervising and walking through it. My kid has already started the books he wants to bookmark. We are going to do one every Thursday. I even sent one to my SIL. Totally buy it if you have a science minded kid!
 
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   Experiments aren't fun. Food isn't yummy.
This book was a good idea but missed the mark for us on enjoyment. The results of the experiments are some of the results of the experiments : Blanched peas, fried noodles and dried onions. For the onion experiment, it has you test ways that onions make you cry. One of the ideas to avoid tears while slicing the onion is to hold something like a matchstick or a piece of bread in your mouth while cutting the onion. Whaaaat Whaaaat? My kid should put a matchstick in their mouth while cutting onions to see if it makes them cry? Not fun at all. There are also very few photos in this book, so if you're looking for an experiment, you must read a paragraph to even see what it is about.
 
4
   Not simple enough for what I needed
I was looking for fun simple experiments that my children could do with few ingredients, so I ordered this book. I flipped through it and realized that the experiments were very messy and the ingredient list was long, so I returned it. The return was one of those where you can not get a label, but have to ship it to a UPS store, which is a pain for me, because I live an hour away from the UPS store, but if I had a label, I could drop it in the UPS dropbox. If you are home schooling and have a lot of time to teach your kids elaborate science experiments, you might really enjoy this book. It was just not for me.
 
5
   Highly recommended!
Great for getting kids actively involved in learning science. Skillfully conceived and presented with great experiments that you can do at home with your kids. Especially helpfully during these challenging days, a special note must be taken seriously. Highly recommended! Highly recommended!
 
5
   perfect for an inquisitive child
I looked through many children's science books that might be perfect for a 6 year old '', through many children's books. I landed on this and is absolutely wonderful. '' I know she has already made two of the recipes and truly enjoys being in the kitchen with her mother's supervision. I have already recommended this book to others.
 
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   I'm crying. My kid is crying. NOT impressed
Did our first experiment today and followed the instructions to the letter... and fell apart absolutely, wasting at least $12 of the ingredients and my son is sobbing. Quarantine is hard enough as it is, folks. I'm ready to unleash the full power of my pent up Covid aggression and rage all over this book. I'm so hesitant to try anything else ''. I'm so hesitant to try anything else. FUMING. FUMING.
 
5
   I’ve been sending educational but fun items...
I have sent this letter to one of my grandsons. He loves it absolutely! His mom and his dad are thrilled about all the experiments he is able to do without direct assistance. They then check what he wants to do the following day and go over the experiment the night before. I've been sending educational, fun, things to my children since staying at home has certainly influenced the children!
 
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   Recipes in science experiment form, AWESOME
This book is awesome! My niece and nephew love to help me in the kitchen. They are really enjoying it and so am I. They get to enjoy delicious food while receiving a science lesson .
 
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