Explore Candy Chemistry and candy making with this kitchen science kit from Thames & Kosmos! If your kids love gummy candies or hard candies, this engaging and creative science kit provides an excellent way for them to learn about the science behind their favorite flavors and textures.
Kids will use this candy science chemistry set to:
- Perform 25 sweet candy chemistry science experiments;
- Learn important physical science principles centered on cooking;
- Study heat and temperature and discover why sugar crystallizes to make rock candy/sugar crystals;
- Learn about specific heat and the phases of matter by molding chocolates;
- Learn about measurements, conversion, volume, and weight;
- Investigate the chemistry of gummy bears;
- Learn about the mysterious phenomenon of triboluminescence with wintergreen candies;
- And more!
Make gummy candies, chocolate shapes, hard sugar candy, and more sweet treats with the special tools inside this Thames & Kosmos Candy Chemistry kit, such as plastic and metal molds, a dipping fork, a spatula, and a candy thermometer.
The 48-page, full-color manual provides candy recipes, instructions, and explanations for the number of sweet experiments inside. All you have to provide are some kitchen ingredients/food items; does not include any hazardous chemicals.
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- Take a look inside the Candy Chemistry sample manual!
This Thames & Kosmos Candy Chemistry Kit Includes:
- Forked tool
- Flat stirring tool
- Pick tool
- Chocolate egg mold
- Flower shape cutter
- Diamond shape cutter
- Dipping fork
- Set of small baking cups
- Sugar spatula
- Set of lollipop sticks
- Candy thermometer
- Gummy candy mold
- Chocolate mold
- Clear plastic wrappers
- Aluminum foil sheets
- Candy label stickers
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