Stained Glass Sugar Science Experiment

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Stained Glass Sugar Science Experiment

Science experiments using everyday items you always have at home can be some of the most fun. It’s pretty fascinating to see something we use almost every day turn into something totally different! That’s the case with this fun Stained Glass Sugar Science Experiment.

Using just a few everyday ingredients: granulated sugar, water, corn syrup, cream of tartar and food coloring, you can make some beautiful stained glass sugar!

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The science principles learned in this experiment are important ones that chefs use in their daily work. Sugar that is dissolved in water will normally just crystalize back into sugar again, but adding corn syrup to the solution stops that from happening. The dissolved sugar molecules are held in suspension by the corn syrup while the cream of tartar separates the original, complex sugar crystals into glucose and fructose, the simpler components of sugar. These principles all go into carmelizing sugar, which is used for dessert decorations, coating roasted nuts and more.

Get step-by-step instructions for the Stained Glass Sugar Science Experiment HERE.

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This is just one of the many super fun science experiments we found at Steve Spangler Science. They have lots of experiments using everyday household objects and supplies. They also sell fun science kits and so much more. Any science lover will get totally lost on their web site. I know that we do!

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Stained Glass Sugar Science Fun for Kids

Comments

  1. shelly peterson says

    This is pretty cool. I have never heard of doing this before. My son would have fun with this.

  2. What a neat experiment! This would be so fun for my grandsons to do!

  3. This looks like a lot of fun and my son and daughter would love to make this Stained glass sugar. I will have to get them to do it!

  4. That is a neat experiment. No kids, but I want to try it.

  5. rochelle haynes says

    This is nice real pretty

  6. This is real fun. Kids will not only enjoy but also learn.

  7. You can make this and then eat it. Very fun.

  8. This is very pretty! I love sugar art and stained glass.

  9. That’s such a fun experiment, I bet my kids would enjoy it too.

  10. I’m doing this for my science fair at Prairie Farm schools. For people who want to see me do this project.

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