Whoever said "Don't play with your food" never learned how to turn leftover food into a science experiment
Grab an apron and convert your kitchen into a chemistry lab with ingredients you can find around the house!
From DIY tie-dye to marshmallow molecules, join us as we reduce, reuse, and recycle leftovers and food scraps into some exciting science experiments!
Science experiments that look good enough to eat!
Science and chill
This (literally) cool fan-favorite science experiment is not only delicious, but dives into the science behind this classic sweet treat.
Check out the chemistry behind candy with this crunchy and colorful creation.
DO play with your food!
Never trust a molecule, they make up everything
This make-a-molecule activity is a great way to introduce little learners to chemistry or and makes a delicious study tool for rising researchers!
If your little learners really DIG dinosaurs, step into the role of paleontologist with a chocolate chip cookie archaeology activity for kids!
Science is sugar, spice, and everything nice
If you need to give your sweet tooth a break, check out what to do with leftover candy! You'll love this sweet take on STEM!
Turn scrap food into science
You don't need a Ph.D. to make your own pH indicators
Turn your leftover fruits and veggies into natural DIY pH indicators and use them to test the pH of things you find around your home!
Try this DIY tie-dye
Did you know that you could use avocado scraps to make fabric dye at home? Learn how to extract tannin from the pit and skin of avocadoes!