What to do, what do to with all that left over Halloween candy (besides eating it of course ;) – well here’s some quick & easy, science, art & math ways to learn with it!!
Learning with candy – science!
|| Candy Chromatography ||
Balloon Experiments with Candy || Candy Corn Catapults || Balancing with M&M’s
Exploding Peep Geysers || Sink or Float Candy Science || Dissolving Gobstoppers
Learning with candy – art!
|| Starburst Candy Mosaic ||
Candy Jewelry || Erupting Art || Candy Pumpkins
Candy Headbands || Starburst Sculptures
Learning with candy – math!
|| Jellybean Math ||
Pixy Stix and Magnets || Math Games with Candy || Candy Corn Counting and Math
Candy Train Game || SweeTart Sorting & Graphing || Learning with Licorice
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Amanda Matheny says
Wow, these are some really cool, creative and fun ideas to do with candy! I love them! I might have to try some of these sometime, when my son won’t be tempted to eat every piece he has, lol. Those are really awesome though and this is a great post. :)
Melissa Klinker says
Awesome! Thanks for sharing so many valuable resources. We’ll be using these during the weeks ahead ;)