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  2. Oct 24, 2020 · Angela October 24, 2020 Science Experiments Here is a list of Food Color Science Experiments that you can try at home with your kids. The STEM activities, experiments and science lesson plans that will help you teach amazing science concepts to kids, even if you’ve never stepped foot in a lab. Science Experiments with Food Color

  3. Several drinking glasses, water, vegetable oil, liquid food coloring, a toothpick. Procedure: Ask what will happen when you mix oil and water together Pour about ½ cup of oil into the drinking glass Pour the same amount of water into the glass Watch how the two separate

    • Coffee Filter Crafty Science. What happens when you drip a few drops of food coloring onto a coffee filter? Before you add the food coloring, ask your child to predict whether the drops will stay put or move.
    • Milk Magic. Fill a shallow dish with a thin layer of milk. Add a few drops of different colored food coloring. Make sure the colors don’t touch. Dip the end of a cotton swab into dish soap.
    • Ice Milk Science. Your child explored what happens when you put food coloring into a shallow dish of milk. Now it’s time to add a liquid-to-solid experiment to the mix.
    • Get Glowing with Science. How can your child make glowing paints? All you need is tonic water—and a black light! Add in food coloring to take this science experiment for kids to the next level.
  4. Jul 21, 2022 · ( Student project version) Test Your Foods for Starch: use an iodine solution to detect whether or not a food has starch. Iodine will turn from yellow/orange to blue in the presence of starch. Discover the Flaming Colors of Fireworks: use a flame test with different chemicals to show what colors they produce when burned. ( Student project version)