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great fun with grandkids Following The Success Of The First Candy Experiments, This All New Collection Presents Ways To Destroy Store Bought Candy And Learn Some Science In The Process Candy ExperimentsDelivers Fun Science Facts From The Perspective Of A Real Mom In The Kitchen Doing Crazy Things With Brand Name Store Bought Candy Marshmallows, Cotton Candy, Pixy Stix, Jawbreakers, Pop Rocks, Gummi Candy, Chocolate, And Even Soda Provide Good Excuses To Get Destructive In The Kitchen Do Peeps Dissolve When You Drop Them Into Very Hot Water Can You Make Gummi Candy Disappear In Water What Happens To Cotton Candy When You Dip It In Oil Candy ExperimentsIs Full Of New Ideas For Learning Science Through Candy Each Experiment Includes Basic Explanations Of The Relevant Science The Book Is Written For Children Between The Ages OfAnd , Though Older And Younger Ages Will Enjoy It As Well I m using this for preschool lesson plans on cooking Some of these are great and some so so These are NOT for eating, butfor changes in matter from heat, cold and chemicals safe easy to aquire such as soda My kiddos did enjoy the poprock experiments, though when I microwaved them I left them in too long The book is very nicely set up and organized and I believe an older child ren would really have fun with these at home or in a class or summer camp. Love it students enjoy this on Fridays Candy Experiments 2 by Loralee Leavitt includes over 60 new science experiments using candy.Chapters include Acid BasesDensityLightCrystalsMeltDissolveJust add or remove WaterFree the bubblesand Just for Fun.There is also sections on experiment tips and candy experiment science fair projects The author includes with each experiment the necessary information such as how long the experiment will take, skill level, what you will need, what to do and an explanation as to what is happening and why.She also includes cautionary notes when needed for experiments that are hot to the touch etc so that no one gets hurt Some of the experiments containcandy experiment ideas to expand on what is being taught.I found these experiments very informative The author does an excellent job explaining why the kids are getting the reaction they are out of their candies well enough for the target age group to understand what is going on.The page s are laid out in such a way that it easily attracts the reader s attention and shows them how fun these experiments can be This book will easily be a hit for any child interested in science and even those who aren t by making science fun.Some fun experiments include making a Gummy Frog Swim, Bend a Straw without touching it and Bending Light.I received this book from Goodreads giveaway for my honest review All thoughts and opinions are my own.