Green Works Presents: Science Experiments!

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First gather your materials: 1 plastic bottle water rubbing alcohol food colo Sara Beth Stem Projects, Science Fair Projects, Science Lessons, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Art Lessons, Science Exhibition Working Models, Science Models

First gather your materials: 1 plastic bottle, water, rubbing alcohol, food coloring, 1 clear straw, and modeling clay. Start by adding equal parts tap water and rubbing alcohol to fill the bottle a ¼ way up. Then, add a few drops of red food coloring. Place the straw into the bottle but make sure it doesn’t touch the bottom. Seal the bottle with clay around the straw, but don’t cover the straw. Now to test it! Heat the mixture with your hands and watch the liquid expand up into the straw!

You’ll need 1 plastic bottle, 1 measuring cup, 1 funnel, baking soda, ½ cup… Easy Science, Preschool Science, Science For Kids, Science Fair Projects, Science Experiments Kids, Plastic Bottle Crafts, Plastic Bottles, Science Bottle, Filling Balloons

You’ll need 1 plastic bottle, 1 measuring cup, 1 funnel, baking soda, ½ cup vinegar, 1 balloon and adult supervision. Start by pouring the vinegar into the bottle. Then, use your funnel to fill the balloon halfway with baking soda. Carefully place the lips of the balloon over the neck of the bottle. Lift the balloon so that the baking soda mixes with the vinegar. Watch it fizz! The baking soda and vinegar mix together to create an acid-base reaction, releasing gas into the balloon!

You’ll need 1 plastic bottle, 1 measuring cup, 1 funnel, baking soda, ½ cup… Easy Science, Preschool Science, Science For Kids, Science Fair Projects, Science Experiments Kids, Plastic Bottle Crafts, Plastic Bottles, Science Bottle, Filling Balloons

You’ll need 1 plastic bottle, 1 measuring cup, 1 funnel, baking soda, ½ cup vinegar, 1 balloon and adult supervision. Start by pouring the vinegar into the bottle. Then, use your funnel to fill the balloon halfway with baking soda. Carefully place the lips of the balloon over the neck of the bottle. Lift the balloon so that the baking soda mixes with the vinegar. Watch it fizz! The baking soda and vinegar mix together to create an acid-base reaction, releasing gas into the balloon!

First gather your materials: 1 plastic bottle water rubbing alcohol food colo Sara Beth Stem Projects, Science Fair Projects, Science Lessons, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Art Lessons, Science Exhibition Working Models, Science Models

First gather your materials: 1 plastic bottle, water, rubbing alcohol, food coloring, 1 clear straw, and modeling clay. Start by adding equal parts tap water and rubbing alcohol to fill the bottle a ¼ way up. Then, add a few drops of red food coloring. Place the straw into the bottle but make sure it doesn’t touch the bottom. Seal the bottle with clay around the straw, but don’t cover the straw. Now to test it! Heat the mixture with your hands and watch the liquid expand up into the straw!

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