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Candy Experiments 2 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings
ISBN:1449461034
LANGUAGE:English

" I don't have kids and I don't plan on doing any of these experiments because I read this for a project. But if I DID need kid-friendly science, this is the book I'd come to. " said.

" All of the experiments involve either water or a microwave. Not recommended. " said.

" Love the mix of candy and science - makes it fun for kids. My boys loved this book! I have three boys age 5-9 and they each had to do the experiments. Loved watching the excitement on my childrens faces! I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley. " said.

" This is an excellent science book for middle-graders. The book was organized by various themes, but all the materials used in the experiments were readily available household items. It was a lot of fun trying out various experiments in this book with my kids. " said.

" Another fantastic collection of surprising, amazing, crazy things to do with candy. Sweet science sneaks in as kids create candy geysers, cotton candy stained glass, chocolate sawdust and more. Great for snow days, birthday parties, or post-Halloween candy purges, not to mention science fairs. " said.

" Kids love to play with their food so what better thing to do than perform actual scientific experiments with candy! Kids, with the help of an adult, can melt, dissolve, crystallize and shatter a variety of candies as they learn about chemical properties. Each experiment even provides science fair ideas so these projects can move beyond the home kitchen to the school. Colorful photographs accompany each experiment exemplifying the process and results. " said.

" Never heat a jawbreaker.I like the menace in that line. Beyond that, the available experiments should be pretty safe, with the necessary precautions laid out clearly. I do think that many children could be frustrated by the time necessary for the results (12 hours, 2 days, etc), plus the experiments usually ruin the candy. There is still a subject matter (candy) that is interesting and can draw children to learn more about chemistry and cooking. " said.

" I don't have kids and I don't plan on doing any of these experiments because I read this for a project. But if I DID need kid-friendly science, this is the book I'd come to. " said.

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