The only thing funner than learning with science is doing it with Wonderful & Creative Edible Science Experiments. Check out this fun round up of 20 mind blowing experiments below!
Edible Science Experiments
It’s always so exciting when your kids have that AHA! Moment when learning. Hands on Science experiments are always a fun way to make that happen.
My kids love to see learning in action, and bridging the gap between facts and knowledge happens when they are able to see it first hand.
That’s why I love to do Science experiment that will hep them continue the learning they have done in school and make them begin to ask other questions on their learning path. Science can also be a bit daunting and variety is key.
Science with a Twist
That’s why I’ve put together this fun round up of Edible Science experiments because let’s face it, who doesn’t love a fun treat accompanying their knowledge. So head below and check out this fun round up for yourself and see how much fun your kids can have with Science.
So read on to check out some fantastic Edible Science Experiments below that will blow your kid’s Science mind!
- Rock Candy Tutorial by Happiness is Homemade
- Edible Water Beads by Growing a Jeweled Rose
- Solar Oven S’mores by Desert Chica
- Edible Sedimentary Rock Activity from Rainy Day Mum
- Color Changing Lemonade by Left Brain Craft Brain
- Dancing Worms by Bitz and Giggles
- Edible Glass by Go Science Girls
- Turn Juice into Noodles by Teach Beside Me
- Edible Water bottle by Woman Freebies
- 3-Ingredient Color-Changing Edible Silly Putty by The Soccer Mom Blog
- Gummy Worm Silly Putty by Conservamom
- Edible Slime by Fun at Home with Kids
- Marshmallow Paint by Smart School house
- Edible Igneous Rock Activity from Rainy Day Mum
- Chocolate Science by Little Bins for Little Hands
- Candy rock formation experiment by Lemon Lime Adventures
- Make marshmallows at home by Education
- Jello Sky with Fluffy clouds by The Queen Says
- Polymer Science: Homemade Fruit Gummies from Left Brain Craft Brain
- Gummy Bear Edible Slime In the kitchen with kids
- Marshmallow Play dough by Conservamom
- Super Simple Edible Coral Reef from Lemon Lime Adventures
- Edible Jello Finger Paints from The Imagination Tree
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Looking for some more fun Science Experiments? Check out My Backyard Science Experiment round up & Magnificent Preschool Experiments!
Comments & Reviews
Paula Ball says
Thanks so much for the ideas. Am always looking for things to do with my grandsons when they’re here.
Stacey A Smith says
those sound like some fun way to keep the kids entertained in this cold winter weather.
Jessi Housel says
My kids love science and if it’s edible it’s a huge plus! We made snow this morning in the 1 degree weather with boiling water! Thanks for sharing.
I can’t wait to try some of these ideas with my boyfriend’s 9 year old daughter! These are two of her favorite things, science and eating! It going to be such a great way for us to spend some time together!!
Barbara P says
So glad I came across this article. These sound amazing for the kids to make and eat. How much fun they will have.
This is cool to do with kids for school
Jo-Ann Brightman says
Science experiments can be so much fun. Any child will be excited to do these and learn a lot too.
Deborah D says
I think anytime you can get a child excited for science it is a wonderful thing.
Leigh Kitchens says
I have to save this one! Just the Edible Water Beads link alone is worth it! These would be great to do anytime, but especially during the summer to keep them learning & having fun!
Sarah L says
Love combining science & food. Makes so much fun and learning.
Lynne B says
I think my kids would have loved to do these fun experiments!
Science is my granddaughters favorite subject so she would love this list.
Amber Ludwig says
Omgosh these are SO fun!! Perfect for rainy Spring days!!
These sound like some yummy ways to explore science with your kids!
These look so cool.
Karen Propes says
I love these experiments. Kids retain information when they are involved in the teaching. These will be great for when I visit the Grandkids.