Friday, August 24| 2:00-3:00 PM | Traverwood Branch | Program Room
How much protein is in your milk? How much iron is in your breakfast cereal? Want to learn how to make popcorn dance? Check out this event and play with your food.
Here are a few Kitchen Science books:
Y 507.8 Ga Chemistry science fair projects using french fries, gumdrops, soap, and other organic stuff by Robert Gardner
J 507.8 Le Kitchen science by Shar Levine & Leslie Johnstone
J 507.8 Pe Kitchen science by Peter Pentland and Pennie Stoyles
J 507.8 To Experiments with foods by Salvatore Tocci
Y 540.72 Ga Science projects about kitchen chemistry by Robert Gardner
Y 579 Ba Kitchen science experiments: how does your mold garden grow? by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen
J 641.3 Ma Simple kitchen experiments : learning science with everyday foods by Muriel Mandell
Y 641.5 McC Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds by Ann McCallum
This event is for grades K - 5.