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Play With Your Food . . . For Science! (Sample)

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Perfect for science teachers, science geeks, and anybody looking to fill their free time with a lot of fun—I mean educational—I mean fun activities! This sample contains twelve pages of science experiments covering a variety of topics and difficulty levels, ranging from elementary to jr.  high/early high school. Each is organized in a simple-to-use format and uses ingredients easily found around the house or in the grocery store. Topics include Edible Candle Experiment, Gummy Vision, Supercooled Slushy, Crisped Rice Cereal Earth Cake, Edible Aquarium, and more! As if that’s not enough cool factor, each lesson ends with a snort-inducing riddle or joke. Full book coming in spring, 2017.

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play-with-your-food-coverPerfect for science teachers, science geeks, and anybody looking to fill their free time with a lot of fun—I mean educational—I mean fun activities! This sample contains twelve pages of science experiments covering a variety of topics and difficulty levels, ranging from elementary to jr. high/early high school. Each is organized in a simple-to-use format and uses ingredients easily found around the house or in the grocery store. Topics include Edible Candle Experiment, Gummy Vision, Supercooled Slushy, Crisped Rice Cereal Earth Cake, Edible Aquarium, and more! As if that’s not enough cool factor, each lesson ends with a snort-inducing riddle or joke. Full book coming in spring, 2017.

Author Tori Aul graduated from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale with a bachelor’s in Physics and a minor in mathematics. She followed with a few years in graduate school at the University of Kentucky. Now a homeschooling mom and wife to a physics instructor, Tori lives in beautiful southern Illinois with her husband and their two children. When she’s not in the kitchen cooking up more science experiments, Tori enjoys time with family and working on craft projects.

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