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Kitchen Chemistry Experiments

Carbon sugar snake

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Create a growing carbon sugar snake with simple ingredients. A science activity for the adults to try that demonstrates combustion & chemistry for kids.

Fireworks in a glass

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Create fireworks in a glass! This colourful science activity is highly popular with kids and can be used look at buoyancy, density and surface tension.

Squeezing a lemon half into a glass of tea
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Lemon juice and tea colour change

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A simple colour change in the kitchen! Simply grab a lemon and a mug of tea to explore kitchen chemistry that you can drink afterwards :)

Gummy bear osmosis

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The gummy bear osmosis experiment is perfect for variable testing! Learn how to design a simple kitchen chemistry activity that explores how water moves.

Model a pandemic classroom activity

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Model a pandemic using kitchen materials as a classroom activity. It is all about understanding how disease spreads through a simple visual demonstration.

Walking water

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Coloured walking water science activity! This colourful experiment is a great way to look at capillary action and uses easy to source materials.

Pen chromatography

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Colourful science with simple materials

Fantastic for forensics

Water down a string

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An easy experiment to replicate
Demonstrate water cohesion

Drops on a coin

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Explore surface tension
Who can fit the most drops?

Pepper & surface tension

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Easily show that surface tension exists!
Simple science with kitchen materials

How to keep fruit from going brown

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Learn the chemical reason...

Great to know for BBQ's!

Make rock candy

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Crystallize sugar to eat!

Science of super-saturation

Skittle science!

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Visualize chemical concentrations

It's pretty too!

Sweet Drinks

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Some sink & others float...

Density experiment for kids

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