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Perfect fun candy experiments for the beginning of school. Talk about getting your students excited about science while teaching scientific method!

Super cool Skittles candy science experiment for kids!

Skittles Candy Science Experiment

Super cool Skittles candy science experiment for kids!

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Skittles Science Experiment: Using a paper bowl, put in enough water so that the skittles are covered with a little extra above them. Put in 3 skittles (all except yellow work best) and watch what happens! The 'S' even floats to the top! I then had the kids draw and color what they saw happen. You can also use this as a graphing project where the children count how many of each color is in their bags, and graph the colors onto a chart. Then... enjoy eating the skittles!! :)

Skittles Science Experiment: Using a paper bowl, put in enough water so that the skittles are covered with a little extra above them. Put in 3 skittles (all except yellow work best) and watch what happens! The 'S' even floats to the top!

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Skittles Rainbow - Science experiment for kids

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Today’s science experiment is super simple that should capture your kids attention like it did mine (you can see it on their faces in the pictures below). This activity is awesome because it involves candy, balloons, and soda-the perfect kid pleasing combination! This activity was inspired by Steve Spangler’s Pop Rocks Expander science activity. Thanks for …

Pop Rock Balloons: Easy Science Experiment with Candy -

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Sugar and skittles science!

Skittle and sugar science experiment! Place three skittles in some water. Allow to dissolve and then put a sugar cube in the middle. The high concentration of sugar will move to the lower concentration of sugar... pushing the colours outwards. You'll find over 100 free science experiments on www.fizzics.com.au !
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