At the Library : STEAM Club

Thanks for joining me at The Library . Today I am sharing a Book that you will all enjoy and a fun and tasty STEAM experiment : Just in time for breakfast. Lisa

Fun and edible at-home science experiments for kids ages 5 to 10

Science is always happening all around us! Not just in laboratories and schools but also in parks, restaurants, and even your home. Whether you’re looking to encourage engineering for kids, physics for kids, or any kind of science learning, this book brings the excitement of scientific investigation to your kitchen.

From flaming cheese puffs to solar-powered s’mores, discover a heaping helping of food-related experiments that kids can (literally) sink their teeth into. Each of these edible science experiments for kids comes with easy-to-follow instructions as well as ratings for difficulty and mess so adults know how much they need to supervise.

  • 50 Snack-worthy experiments—Show kids science in action with tons of experiments they can try (and taste) themselves.
  • A complete introduction to STEAM―Kids will eat their way through experiments organized into five chapters, each focused on science, technology, engineering, art, or math.
  • Fun and educational for everyone―Whether it’s your child’s first time experimenting in the kitchen or they’ve already got some cooking experience, this book will keep them engaged, curious, and safe.

Hungry for scientific exploration? Dig in with this book of delicious and educational science experiments for kids.

My Book Review :

This book is packed with 50 STEAM activities that are fun and a great learning tool. Each experiment has tools list. ingredients, and then a place to jot down hypotheses, observation and results. Then tips for what makes the experiment work.

Humpty Dumpty

When Protons Unravel :

  • 1 tsp of butter/oil
  • 1 egg
  • salt/pepper

Tools : stove, frying pan, spatula,

Hypothesis : Predict how the egg will change as it cooks.

Observation: Notice the color and texture of cooking egg.

Results: How did the egg change after cooking.

The How and Why ?

Eggs are made of molecules called proteins. Proteins change shape when heated to 108 F- they denature (change shape and can’t change back).

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