Rainbow Gummy Candy Lab by Thames & Kosmos

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Unicorns, clouds, and rainbows … oh my! Make your own delicious, fun gummy shapes.

Mix up the gelatin powder and pour it into the molds. Learn about colors and color mixing as you concoct a spectrum of flavors and colors to personalize your unicorn, cloud, and rainbow-shaped gummy creations. You can even add citric acid to make sour gummies.

Bonus: Learn about the scientific properties of natural polymers as you cook up these delicious treats!

This kit includes all the food ingredients needed for a rainbow-gummy good time.

Features & Pieces:

  • Includes food ingredients (gelatin mix & red, yellow, blue & white gummy candy colors)
  • One plastic gummy candy mold with rainbows unicorns & clouds
  • Five experiments
  • Makes one batch each of: vanilla white clouds, one- or two-color unicorns, three color rainbows & six-color rainbows
  • Rainbow & unicorn stickers & four plastic bags to package treats for friends
  • Includes full-color, 16-page manual with additional experiments
  • Other common kitchen tools are needed


  • 6 & up

This kit teaches, encourages & supports:

  • Physical Development
  • Cognitive Learning
  • Exploration & Discovery

Specific Benefits:

  • Introduces scientific terms & processes
  • Teaches matter & color mixing in easy-to-understand ways
  • Develops fine motor skills
  • Supports following & understanding instructions

WARNING: Not suitable for children under 6 years of age. For use under adult supervision only. Please read all instructions before use. Keep small children & animals away from all experiments. Use of a stove or microwave oven is required. Risk of severe burns.

About Thames & Kosmos

Thames & Kosmos was founded in 2001 with the mission of improving informal science education outside of the classroom. T&K's mission has since expanded from its STEM roots to encompass other educational branches, including arts and crafts and games and magic. T&K places an emphasis on teaching concepts and skills through tactile processes. Our vision is to give all children access to real, physical activities and projects that teach them how things work.

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