Use this Candy Candy Science Experiment as an interactive Science Lesson on observing the effects of various liquids on candy canes. The experiment helps students follow the Scientific Method and is really fun to watch as it changes. Students are engaged, having fun and love the idea of using the candy.
In this Candy Cane Science Experiment, your students will get to do an Interactive Science Lesson using candy canes. The students will get to use the Scientific Method as they explore and observe the effects of various liquids on candy canes.
Kids love to do Candy Cane activities this time of year. They add a festive and fun way in your student’s learning. The experiment helps students follow the Scientific Method and is really fun to watch as it changes. Students are engaged, having fun and love the idea of using the candy.
This experiment is easy to set up and most likely you have all the ingredients already at home.
Step By Step Detailed Lesson Plans
Step By Step Experiment Guide
Student Lab Books (Color and Black and White)
Mini Lab Books that includes observation pages
Interactive Notebook pages
Scientific Method Posters
Coloring Sheets (4)
Candy Cane Word Search
4 Clear Cups or Glasses
4 Candy Canes or Peppermint candies
4 Different Liquids (Mostly items from home at least 6 oz each)
Lab Books (included)
Please click on the PREVIEW above to get a good idea of everything included or you can check out our BLOG to see how it will work in your classroom.
This experiment can work all year long, you just need to buy the little peppermint candies instead.
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