Stage Your Own Food Colouring Experiment At Home

Laura Savage
Dec 12, 2023 By Laura Savage
Originally Published on May 11, 2020
Making food colouring experiment
Age: 0-99
Read time: 0.3 Min

Want to wow the kids during their homeschooling science lessons? This simple food colouring experiment using kitchen staples will boggle the whole family's minds!

For this experiment you'll need: milk, a small rimmed-plate/shallow bowl, food colouring, washing up liquid, cotton bud.

Have a go and tag us in your experiments at #kidadldaily!

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Written by Laura Savage

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Language and Literature

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Laura SavageBachelor of Arts specializing in English Language and Literature

Growing up in the bustling city of London, Laura has always had a passion for exploring everything it has to offer. From trips to the theater and Science Museum to leisurely strolls in the park, she loves immersing herself in the culture and diversity of the city. Laura's love of travel, writing, and art exhibitions has taken her around the world in search of inspiration. She also enjoys discovering the latest food and drink hotspots in London. With a degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Birmingham and a Masters's degree in Publishing from the London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London. In her spare time, she also likes to flex her creative muscles by designing eye-catching graphics for Kidadl's social media platforms.

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