Do you love science and candy? If you do, this Skittles rainbow science experiment is for you. It’s easy – as long as you don’t eat all of your materials ahead of time – and produces a riveting, colorful display that you can create again and again. Clean up is quick, and this is a rainbow you can make inside on a rainy day, or outside in the sun.
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