Just Add Sugar Science Kit Giveaway
Learning about STEAM is easier when it’s entertaining. We’ve shared ideas for incorporating board games into schools, showed how you could turn gummy bears into slime and provided lists of STEM projects to do at home. Over the holidays, we crafted a guide filled with entertaining STEAM gift ideas.
One of the items on that list is Just Add Sugar from Griddly Games. The kit includes details for creating rock candy, homemade soap and other ideas that demonstrate how sugar plays a part in science. Sound like a sweet idea for learning about STEAM? You can enter to win a Just Add Sugar kit by entering our giveaway!
22 thoughts on “Just Add Sugar Science Kit Giveaway”
Soaking up wine spills on carpet.
I guess not that unusual but using it to make hummingbird nectar.
Sugar makes a good exfoliator for the skin.
I made a skin scrub with it once.
I’m not sure that it is unusual but I do use sugar to make make a facial scrub.
I used it to make a nectar to feed butterflies. I put it on my fingers and they landed there and ate.
I put it in spaghetti sauce.
I add it to cinnamon to put on my toast.
Keep cut flowers looking fresher longer. Stir 3 teaspoons of sugar and 2 tablespoons of vinegar into a vase of warm water, then add flowers. The sugar feeds the stems, while the vinegar stops bacteria from forming.
I use it to kill bugs
I use sugar to clean things.
this seems like a great activity for kids.
to get rid of hiccups
I don’t have any unusual uses of sugar. I use it in cooking.
It kills my emotional pain.
I like it on the top of pies.
I tried to make a sugar scrub for my skin but it just made me itch..lol
in spaghetti sauce so the kids will eat it
scrub for body
I’ve used sugar mixed with boric acid for roach control.