Book Review: Amazing (Mostly) Edible Science
A Family Guide to Fun Experiments in the Kitchen
'A Family Guide to Fun Experiments in the Kitchen' is the description of this book, and it is exactly what you get. 157 pages filled with awesome science experiments and tricks that you can do with your kids using resources from the kitchen!
Amazing (Mostly) Edible Science by Andrew Schloss is a must have book for young parents who want to teach kids STEM. The activities are super fun, and educational at the same time.
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Simple to Understand Legend
One of my favourite features of 'Amazing (Mostly) Edible Science' is it's easy to use legend that appears on each experiment. You can quickly estimate cost, time, ability, awesomeness and more! This saves you reading the whole experiment. Pictured below is the explanation of the legend which is in the front of the book.
We can't rate this book enough. Firstly, let me be clear, we own this book, and purchased it. This is not a paid review. We 100% love this book.
Making STEM education fun is a great way to teach kids. This book (Amazing Edible Science) is filled with fun science activities. You can do these experiments at home for a very low cost, which is always a plus. Another great thing about this book is that is doesn't just show how to do the experiment, but for each experiment it has a 'How Did That Happen' section which explains the science behind it all.
We rate this book 5 out of 5. No flaws at all! We can not wait to work through every experiment in this book. We will keep you updated on our progress!
My Amazing Body Machine by Robert Winston is a great book that teaches kids about the human body. Illustrated by Owen Gildersleeve, it is a must-have.