I was given this book, free of charge, for purposes of this review. All opinions are 100% my own.
About the book:
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!
Nothing makes a parent happier then when their children want to do science experiments with their candy instead of eating it! How fun is that. After all, most adults are just looking for a good excuse to play with their food!
Candy Experiments is the perfect book for anytime of the year. But even better around Easter and Halloween, when kids are rolling in the candy. If you have kids that love to see things explode or take things apart, they will love this book. If they love magic, they will love this book.
My favorite experiment is the one where you get the letters to come off Skittles and float in the water. You’ll have to get the book to find out how to do it. Or visit the website resource page HERE to print out some experiments and have a candy experiment party!
Click the image below to buy Candy Experiments for yourself. I highly recommend it!! You and your kids will love it!