Thanks to Candy Experiments for sending me an extra book! Now I get to share it with you!
I hope you had a wonderful Halloween with the kids this week. Do you have too much leftover Halloween Candy laying around? Don’t force yourself to eat it, play with it!! Even though mom always said, “Don’t play with your food,” you can do some amazing experiments with Candy!! Be sure to read Mom Does Reviews full review HERE.
Make giant gummi worms, turn M&Ms into dazzling comets, grow candy crystals, and turn cotton candy into slime! You’ll find all these experiments and more, plus simple scientific explanations, in the book Candy Experiments!
Candy Experiments, published by Andrews McMeel, shares experiments from the popular website www.candyexperiments.com, as well as experiments that have never been published before. Learn how to separate candy colors, make candy cane stripes in bowls of water, sink marshmallows, and float taffy. Each experiment includes color photos and scientific explanations. Your kids will love experimenting with their candy, and they’ll learn something, too!
What you need:
- Pop Rocks
- glass of water
What to do:
- Dump the Pop Rocks in water.
- Watch for bubbles.
Like soda pop, Pop Rocks contain bubbles of carbon dioxide gas.* When the candy dissolves, the gas escapes and forms bubbles.
This is such a cool giveaway.
One lucky winner will get this fun Candy Experiments book and a bag of Skittles (so you can do my favorite experiment.)
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