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Learn chemistry as you cook up candies and chocolates in your very own kitchen!
Perform a number of sweet experiments and learn important physical science principles related to candy and cooking. Make rock candy and mold chocolates. Use a thermometer and learn about heat and temperature while boiling sugar. Gain experience with measurements and conversions, volumes, and weights. Learn the chemistry of gummy bears, the mysterious phenomenon of triboluminescence with wintergreen candies. Make all kinds of sweet treats using the special tools included: plastic and metal molds, candy thermometer, spatula, dipping fork, and more. Finish them with foils, paper cups, sticks, and wrappers, and then share your delicious experiments with your friends and family.
Highly active, clever little people with lots of opinions. They will undoubtedly be sitting by computers, but they also need toys and games to play with and real world objects. They have got stacks of energy so anything involving hurling objects around outside is good. Kites are great at this age as they can start to control them properly. This is the age when they get seriously speedy so you might need to dust off your running shoes if you want to keep up.