A fun book for anyone who loves messing around with crazy-fun experiments! From the edible ones to levitating objects, I can’t wait to try them out myself.
Who knew you could makes a candle out of a banana and an almond? Kitchen Cabinet Science Projects is packed with easy and accessible science ideas.
This beautifully designed full-color book is filled with science experiments that can be done at home, using the everyday items found in the kitchen with ingredients that cost no more than $5.00! From candy crystals and foamsicles to straw rockets and sticky ice, the experiments demonstrate serious scientific principles in a fun and exciting way, whether for school science fairs, or family fun at home. Written by Michelle Dickinson, a scientist whos studies atomic particles, these precise yet easy-to-follow instructions make mind-blowing science experiments easy for everyone.
With experiments tested by hundreds of enthusiastic families around the world, Kitchen Cabinet Science Projects is the perfect gift for all ages.
About the Author
Dr. Michelle Dickinson is a nanotechnologist and a founder of Nanogirl Labs. She is on a mission to make science and engineering accessible for all. She was born in the UK but now lives in New Zealand.