Food science

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There’s nothing that turns children on to science more than a bit of chemistry ‘magic’ – and we simply couldn’t resist these fun foodie experiments.

There’s lots of science involved in food and cooking. Here are some fun activities and experiments that will help children to understand more about the food they eat and introduce some key scientific concepts. Most of all, they’ll show children just how much fun science can be.

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