What’s better than a science experiment that you can learn from and then enjoy the tasty results afterwards? In this experiment, you make your own rock candy, watching as the rock crystals grow each day. Plus, there’s an awful lot of chemistry behind candy making which serves as a great science lesson.

Science meets glam in this crazy-fun crystal-growing experiment. Wow your kids by teaching them how to grow their very own cup of crystals with just a few simple steps and ingredients. The results are so quick and beautiful your kids will never believe they made the crystals with their own two hands.

Ever think of doing a holiday science experiment? Your kiddos will LOVE growing their own beautiful, salt-crystal Christmas Tree! From sponsor @educents #afflink

How to Make a Rock with glue, pebbles, and sand! Science experiment to show the rock cycle. From Fantastic Fun and Learning #stem

A FREE two page lab to use with growing crystals on a piece of dolomite. These are often referred to as "popcorn rocks". Just place the piece of dolomite into a bowl of white vinegar and wait for the crystals to grow! A great lab to use during a rocks and minerals unit!

You can blow up balloons with Pop Rocks because they contain a small amount of pressurized carbon dioxide gas. | 24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

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