Top 10 Experiments with Food Items at Home

Top 10 Experiments with Food – Edible Science for kids

Cool 10 Experiments with Food – Edible Eperiments with Food Items from Kitchen. You can Eat these Experiments – but Taste is not guranteed. Lear about Kitche Chemistry, Acids Bases, Color Changes, Fake Blood for Kids age 8-14 Years. 

Top 10 Experiments with Food

Click on Each activity to Watch Youtube Video, Instructions and Working Principle
These activities increase the curiosity  as well as reasoning skills of your little scientist. You need common home materials for the experiments. 

List of Activities for Kids (Click Below) 

  1. Edible Polymer
  2. Lava Lamp
  3. Bouncing Egg
  4. Growing and Shrinking Eggs
  5. Traffic Light Eggs
  6. Chemistry Car
  7. Color Changing Milk
  8. Color Density Tower
  9. Dry Ice- Ice Cream
  10. Red Cabbage Indicator
  1. Edible Polymer

    Edible polymer (Click for Video and Instructions) is  a  Chemistry Science experiment where kids can make worm slime without borax that become jelly balls which is edible! – Means you can eat the Experiment.

  2. Lava Lamp

    Lava Lamp Experiment Step 10

    Lava Lamp  is a cool science experiment which uses simple house hold items like oil, water, food color and effervescent tablets to create chemical reactions and funky balls of colored blobs that move around like it happens in a real lava lamp! This cool density demonstration was also used in pop culture, but there is also science behind it that we can easily learn from its demonstration.

  3. Bouncing Eggs

    Bouncing Egg Experiment Step 6

    Make your own Bouncing Eggs is a fun science experiment for kids to do at home. It’s well known that eggs have shells that one must remove before eating but if you put eggs in vinegar, the vinegar does the work of removing the shell for you plus making it rubbery and bouncy!! That’s Right! Shell gone without breaking the shell, all you require is some simple materials from your kitchen and some patience. The bouncing egg experiment is fun to do and will teach kids about the process of OSMOSIS.

  4. Growing and Shrinking Eggs

    Growing and Shrinking Egg Experiment Step 8

    Growing and Shrinking Eggs is a fun science experiment for kids to do at home. It’s the next level of the classic ‘Bouncing Egg’ experiment. You can make the bouncy egg grow even larger by absorbing liquid due to osmosis and making it shrink into a blob of mass, strangely again due to the process of osmosis. Confused!!

  5. Traffic Light Eggs

    Traffic Light Egg - Experiment Step 7

    Traffic Light Egg – Experiment Step 7

    Super amazing experiment for Kids. Traffic Light Eggs is a fun science experiment for kids to do at home. It’s an extension to the bouncing egg experiment, just more fun, more colorful and more learning. Colors always attract kids and this experiment is a color blast with the bouncing egg absorbing colored water and growing in size which amazes children! It’s yet another example of the process of transfer of liquid through a permeable membrane via the process of osmosis.

  6. Chemistry Car

    Chemistry Car Experiment Step 13

    Chemistry Car Experiment

    Chemistry Car is a fun science experiment for kids which show how easily they can design their own Chemistry Car – which works on Newton’s -3rd Law of Motion using materials provided in the Monthly Science Box. Simple step-by-step instructions provided in the box makes the entire construction process much simpler! Once the car is made, the real exciting moment lies while waiting for the cork to detach from the bottle with a blast sound (literally)!  And watch your car move!!

  7. Color Changing Milk

    Color Changing Milk Experiment Step 10

    Color Changing Milk: This is a cool science experiment which uses simple house hold items like milk, water, food color and dish-washing soap to create the awesome chemical reactions leading to a beautiful rush of color in milk.

  8. Color Density Tower

    Layer Density Tower Experiment

    Color Density Tower Science Experiment

    In this cool activity  Popsicle Dragon– is a fun science experiment for kids to do at home which shows how due to density difference, layers of different liquids can sit on top of each other. The layers arranged in different colors looks really cool! Let’s just imagine what if you could make different objects float in the middle of those different layered liquids?

  9. Instant Dry Ice Ice-Cream

    Ice Cream Making with Dry Ice - Edible Experiment for Kids 2

    Dry Ice Ice-Cream Experiment

    In this cool activity   Instant Dry Ice Ice-Cream  – is an  Edible experiment where kids can make their own ice cream with dry ice and few more ingredients. Let’s see how the dry ice works with these ingredients and gives us instant homemade ice cream.

  10. Red Cabbage Indicator

    Natural Indicator Experiment Step 8

    Natural Indicator Experiment

    In this cool experiment –Red Cabbage is a cool science experiment for kids which uses an Acid-Base indicator extracted from a natural source- Red Cabbage, there are several natural indicators like Turmeric, Hibiscus, Rose petals, beet-root, Litmus etc. Here we have used Red cabbage juice as a pH indicator as it is easy to make and exhibits a wide range of colors. Some kitchen items like soft-drink, water, baking powder, sugar etc were tested to detect whether they are acidic or basic.

     

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