One of the best ways to get anyone, let alone children, interested in science is through experiments. It is because they are interactive, often have observable changes and are overall super fun! That is why, in this series, we will cover simple science experiments for kids. As our very first experiment, we will work with apple slices and a variety of things that we can find in the kitchen, like honey, lemon juice and so on. So, let’s get started with the apple oxidation experiment.
Did you enjoy doing this experiment? Did you learn anything new? Let us know in the comments below.
Disclaimer: These are meant for preschool children and hence we have avoided getting into the details of the experiment. The idea is to make it fun and make children think.
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