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This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! It's not wet and messy, either!

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craziest at-home experiment WE ever did: microwaved Ivory soap and made our own soap molds. . . have you tried it?!

MAKE IT SNOW! All it takes is a microwave and a bar of Ivory brand soap (only Ivory will work). Place the unwrapped bar on a large, microwave-safe dish. Heat for two to three minutes and be sure to let your little ones watch as the soap expands into a snowy cloud. Remove it from the microwave and let it cool to the touch before playing with it outside or in the bathtub.

This is so cool. Apparently if you microwave Ivory soap for a minute or so at a time, it does amazing things. Best of all, when the kids are done playing with it they can break off pieces to use in their bath.

Bath tub puffy paint from exploded Ivory bar soap.

Just for fun – microwaved ivory soap

1 bar of Ivory Soap quartered. Put a piece in microwave for a minute and watch what happens.