With this kit, you'll whip up cupcakes, cookies, candy, and more -- all in the name of science!
Learn what makes cakes rise, candy crystallize, and how more real chemistry happens in the kitchen. Tasty Science is packed with ingredients, recipes, activity cards, a test tube laboratory, and lots more to explore the science of taste.
grow sparkling watermelon-flavored crystals
bake yummy cupcakes
explore sugar cookie science
make fizzing grape flavor-ade
mix up some raspberry candy powder
Scientific Explorer Tasty Science Kit
A intriguing & delicious science kit that generates interest in science
Provides hands-on chemistry exploration & math measurement practice
Ideal for early learning, science fairs, and family fun
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Posted 1/2/2013 by Stephanie Nicholson
We have done 2 experiments together so far. ( My son is 8), he loves science so I got this for him. Right now we are making rock candy which involves about a week of waiting. We also made soda. He has had fun doing it so far, the kit is well made and instructions are easy. I think we will enjoy it
My daughter (8) wanted this for Christmas. I ordered it, but when I received it and had the chance to see what is actually included, I sent it back. This is not an exhaustive list of everything that is in the package (I did not open it) but it seemed to me it will be some baking soda, food coloring, flavouring and other additives and a few plastic measuring tools. I think most adults with a High school degree and access to the internet would be able to set up the projects with things from their pantry. I sent it back as a matter of principle, although I am quite sure my daughter would have enjoyed it.