These experiments are so fun, your kids will eat them up! Teaching kids about science is way more fun when they get to eat the results! These 25 Edible Science Experiments For Kids will give you your fill of learning and a tasty snack, too! Enjoy!
25 Edible Science Experiments For Kids
You can teach your kids about chemical reactions when you make this fizzy, sour lemonade!
Learn about how fluids can be present in a liquid and solid state with this cool gelatin experiment.
Use the sun to make s’mores without any outside help. Solar power teaching at its tastiest!
How do the different layers of rock form? Learn about them with this delicious candy experiment.
Mix sugar and water and your kids can form their own edible crystals. Rock candy teaching is amazing!
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Did you know you can pop corn right on the cob? Learn how with this awesome and delicious experiment.
How long does it take for suckers to melt in water? And why do they melt? These questions and more will be answered with this sucker experiment.
Use candy to learn about the different parts of a cell. I’m guessing the golgi apparatus has never been so delectable.
Your kids can make their own raisins and learn about dehydration with this awesome grape experiment.
Learn about chemical reactions and combinations when you make these delicious marshmallows at home.
Or for a lesson about expansion and a super fun discussion about why, check out this Peep experiment!
Trying to teach about polymer strands? Look no further than this gelatin polymer example.
Your kids will love learning about how mountains form with this fun whipped cream and graham cracker experiment.
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Here’s another great (and tasty!) experiment on how liquids become solids. Plus, you’ll have butter for dinner!
Learn about chemical reactions with these fizzy sherbet cups. I wonder if you could make a chocolate one!
Edible water beads will give your kids a great sensory experience and let them learn about how fluid can expand objects.
Here’s another tasty tactile treat: edible mud. This is a chance for your children to get their hands dirty, and talk about science!
This edible garden grows from simple seeds and doesn’t take any dirt at all. Plus, it’ll taste great on salads.
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The only thing missing from this celery osmosis experiment is a big glob of peanut butter for dipping.
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Kids will love learning about clouds with this delicious jello treat!
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Watch worms wiggle and squirm in this fun experiment about nucleation.
Now your kids can enjoy an afternoon treat, and learn about the life cycle of butterflies at the same time.
Make this delicious candy DNA strand, then break it down one A, T, C, and G at a time.
This delicious “glass” is not only edible, but also shatters! Talk about a smashing good time!
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This might not be the most delicious of the edible experiments, but who wouldn’t want to blow bubbles inside an apple?