Kitchen Science Experiments

Kitchen Science Experiments

How Does your Mold Garden Grow?

Book - 2010
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What do a glass of milk, a sponge in the sink, and a refrigerator have in common? THEY'RE ALIVE with bacteria, mold, and kitchen chemistry possibilities. The kitchen is a perfect place for budding ?mad scientists” to experiment. Kids 9 to 12 will have a blast using yeast to inflate balloons; making a fish mummy; growing a mold garden; and removing an eggshell with kitchen science experiments! Every topic features sidebars, illustrations, photographs, and extension activities.

Baker & Taylor
Introduces basic chemistry concepts that can be learned in everyday kitchens, with easy-to-follow instructions and scientific explanations for each experiment.

& Taylor

Introduces young science enthusiasts to basic chemistry concepts that can be learned in everyday kitchens, suggesting a range of experiments from using yeast to inflate balloons and making a fish mummy to growing a mold garden and removing eggshells in innovative ways. By the creators of Nature Science Experiments: What’s Hopping in a Dust Bunny?

Publisher: New York : Sterling, 2010
ISBN: 9781402724138
Branch Call Number: J 579 BAR
Characteristics: 64 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Miller, Edward 1964-,- Illustrator


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Sep 13, 2016

Pretty good. If I had kids, this is the kind of thing I'd get for them...But enjoyed it as an adult too.

Jul 16, 2013

What kid doesn't like a good experiment? This is a TD Summer Reading Club recommended book for Week 2's theme - Explore! Sign up for the Reading Club on

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