Candy Math and Science

Are you drowning in candy like we are? My post today is dedicated to all families everywhere who have way more candy than they know what to do with. I will show you today how to use candy to make your kids smarter. That’s right! Use your candy to do math and science. Your kids will love you for it (because CANDY!) and you can rest easy knowing they are using their brains and learning some cool stuff.

Candy Science

Frankenworms from The Kitchen Pantry Scientist
Skittles Candy Science from Coffee Cups and Crayons
Diet Coke and Mentos Explosion from The Science Kiddo
Test for Acidity from Play Dr. Mom
Color Experiments from Crafty Moms Share
Gummy Bear Science from Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails
Dissolving Gobstoppers from Mama. Papa. Buba.
Candy Chromatography from Mama Miss
Sink or Float Candy Science from Reading Confetti
Floating “M” Experiment from P is for Preschooler
Pop Rocks Balloons from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Make an Edible Solar System from School Time Snippets
Skittles Density Rainbow from Gift of Curiosity
Balloon Experiments with Candy from Learn Play Imagine
Balancing with M&M’s from Inspiration Laboratories
Exploding Peep Geysers from Housing a Forest

Candy Engineering

Candy Play Dough Structures from Coffee Cups and Crayons
Building Structures with Candy Pumpkins from Lemon Lime Adventures
Lego Candy Dispenser from Frugal Fun for Boys
Build a Candy Catapult from Frugal Fun for Boys

Candy Math

Sort by Color from Play Dr. Mom
Pattern Making and Counting from Amy Pessolano
Graphing, Patterns, and Addition/Subtraction from Preschool Powol Packets

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Saturday Science

Saturday Science

And now on to our Saturday Science linky party! Check out our wonderful co-hosts and link up your own math and science activities:

Weighing Activity | Hands-On Math Play from Little Bins for Little Hands
Top 10 Candy Experiments for Kids from Lemon Lime Adventures
The Science Behind Cranberries from Stir the Wonder

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10 responses to “Candy Math and Science

  1. I love all your ideas here Crystal, great round up of cool science for the kids to enjoy! Thanks for stopping by to share with us yesterday at our Facebook share day.


  2. Math or science are always a big hit with my kids…especially. when candy is involved!
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!


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