28 Edible Science Projects You’ll Actually Want to Eat

Hands-on science experiments and projects are always a hit with kids, in the classroom and at home. Want to make them even better? Make them delicious, too! There are plenty of food and kitchen science projects out there, but not all of them are exactly tasty. That’s what sets this list apart from the rest: These edible science projects are actually good enough to eat! 

Of course, you’ll want to use common sense about safety and good food hygiene along the way. And don’t be afraid to substitute healthier ingredients for the candy and cookies, if you like. No matter what, you’re going to whet kids’ appetites for learning with this menu of edible science experiments. Bon appétit!

1. Candy DNA Model

Edible Science DNA Model

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Elegance and Class Wrapped In Two Modern Interiors

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The 10 Greatest Supercars Of The 21st Century

From the Aston Martin One-77 to the Maserati MC12, Luxury Safes presents the top 10 supercars and unique models from the century. Exclusive design, developments in autonomous driving, striking improvements and engines, all these supercars by high-end brands feature one and only characteristic: all of them are memorable.

Aston Martin One-77

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Limited to 77 unique examples, Aston Martin One-77 is one of the ...

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16 Smart Ways to Use a Document Camera in Science Class

Many teachers we know say that the document camera is their favorite piece of classroom hardware. Why? Because document cameras make it easy to show everything from writing samples to specimens up close. Plus, today’s document cameras also take pictures, record video, and more. We call that a win for teachers and visual learners. They’re also the perfect go-to for science class. Here are some great ideas, courtesy of real educators, featuring document cameras that you can use to step up your science curriculum game.

1. Model how to set up science notebooks.

 

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The Long Way to Sarajevo

She pretended to shoot me, the woman in the front seat of the car. She turned, eyes blue and hair white, cupping her arms with an imaginary machine gun. Pfoo, she said, jerking her arms in recoil. Pfoo, pfoo. I had told her I was born in 1992, when the siege of Sarajevo began. She was bringing us to this city, the capital of Bosnia.

I shifted next to my partner, Kenzie, in the back seat, my beard dusty and clothes worn from two weeks traversing the mountains of the Balkan peninsula. We were walking a section of the Via Dinarica Trail, Europe’s newest long-distance hiking route stretching 800 miles from Slovenia to Albania. The woman’s violent mime was not surprising but articulated what bullet-chipped houses had whispered th...

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Edificio T35 by C2D architects

The project consists of four apartments, one per floor, each one having its own unique typology. At first, the irregular shape of the plot seemed like an obstacle to creating a layout with habitable spaces, but the architects managed to use the odd shape to our favor by dividing each floor plan into two offset strips bound by the core of the vertical circulation.

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This gesture allowed the architects to give the common areas of the apartments ...

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30 Photos Show a Different Side to History Than You May Already Know

Written by Terry Claypoole

Looking back at photographs of the past is a fun way to remember our history and to see how far we have come over the years. This collection of pics shows people and places in various points of history and provides us with a slice of life we may never have seen before. Images of celebrities and everyday folks, famous landmarks and small town America, all help to paint a picture of who we are as humans and where we have been. 

The beautifully preserved head of the Yukagir woolly mammoth

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In 2002, a frozen woolly mammoth was unearthed near the village of Yakagir in Siberia. He remarkably preserved animal was one of the best discoveries made by paleontologist because it pro...

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40 DIY No Sew Fleece Projects

Psst! Are you ready for an easy DIY project that’s perfect for the cooler weather months? Because, we are! Why not give no-sew fleece projects a try?

It might surprise you just how many things you can DIY as a no-sew fleece project! And they look fantastic! Why, look at some of these terrific scarf and hats we’ve found for you – whether you want to make one for a tiny tot or an adult, we’ve got a project just for you. We also had fun DIY dog toys to make out of fleece that are also no-sew. There are quite a few cozy pet beds, whether you have a Fido or a Fluffy that wants to cuddle up on one of them.

Lots of these ...

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23 Simple Yet Beautiful DIY Garden Decoration Ideas

You don’t need to break a bank to decorate your garden. There are millions of afordable ways that you can achieve by upcycling or repurposing the old stuff you’ve already got at home. You can design and make a unicorn princess by painting old pots and including some other materials. Painting an old bicycle and placing some pots on it is another great idea that you can try. Plastic bottles, mason jars, light bulb can be turned into pots for plants easily and you can design a hanging wall garden which will change the mood of your garden immediately. Repurposing old doors and stairs is another alternative that you can apply to your garden as an extraordinary decorative element...

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