Science in the Kitchen
-- Basic scientific principles are explained with the aid of fun experiments and activities-- All experiments use everyday household equipment-- Simple text and illustrations enable children to use the books by themselves
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adult says alkali Ask an adult bacteria basic tastes bicarbonate of soda bitter bowl Bubbles stick cabbage water purple changes color citric acid Coffee filter paper cold colored sugar crystals Colorful juice cotton Detergent molecules dishwashing liquid Dry food experiment to find feel felt-tip pens fizz foil dish food coloring food is dried freezer frozen Funny colors Gas mark glass heat holes ice-cube lemon juice liquid can spread Look loop marble mixture Mold Never taste things Oven gloves peas playdough Rainbow sugar raisins Red cabbage water rolls safe to eat salty saucepan saucer soak up water soft drinks sorts of fruit spoonful of bicarbonate Sprinkle squash the dough Sugar soaks talcum powder taste sour taste things unless teaspoon test each thing things leave things that soak tongue unless an adult vinegar warm place warm water warmth Watch what happens water evaporates Water molecules yeast