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.
Grab a plate and dig in to 50 exciting science projects that use everyday kitchen items! Perfect for kids ages 8 to 12 interested in STEM, this book makes experimenting safe, easy, and (sometimes) tasty.
This vividly designed book of experiments is perfect for little scientists everywhere with 50 hands-on activities for curious kids with a passion for STEM and STEAM. All projects within this jam-packed title are excellent for learning basic scientific principles without leaving your house – the materials are just everyday items found in the kitchen! These experiments range in difficulty level and category—from Construction and Sound to Electricity and Pressure—so kids can do some on their own or work with an adult.
It’s no surprise that some of the projects even double as treats since we’re working in the kitchen! Kids can study and snack with experiments like: •Unicorn Noodles •Instant Ice Cream •Candy Crystals Written by Michelle Dickinson, a scientist who studies atomic particles, these precise yet easy-to-follow instructions make mind-blowing science experiments easy for everyone, whether for science fairs or just family fun. With experiments tested by hundreds of households 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.