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  • Nicole Burrus

    Elephant Toothpaste Science Project for Kids. Hydrogen peroxide naturally breaks down into water and oxygen. Dish soap catches the oxygen and makes bigger bubbles and the food coloring makes it look cool.

  • Audrey KVcc

    MAD SCIENTIST Elephant Toothpaste. Mix desperately: 2 tablespoons of water w 1 tsp Yeast. Add 1/2 cup 6% or higher of hydrogen peroxide. Then pour in your yeast mixture. Quicly add food color drops and squirt of fish soap for bubbles and color. Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) naturally breaks down into water and oxygen. It is stored in opaque containers to help slow down this process. Catalase (an enzyme in all living things, including yeast) speeds up the reaction. Dish soap catches the ox

  • Tanya Wood

    Elephant Toothpaste: a GIANT step up from the baking soda & vinegar volcanoes we're used to. 1. Set a soda pop bottle in the middle of a pan to catch the toothpaste. 2. Mix these - 2 T. warm water, 1 t. yeast in a separate container and swirl together for a minute. 3. Mix these in your soda pop bottle: 1/2 c. 6+% hydrogen peroxide, 4-5 drops food coloring, squirt of dish soap. 4. Pour the yeast mixture into the soda pop bottle...and be amazed!

  • Trina Winterringer-Strohm

    Fun science experiment: Elephant toothpaste. (reaction between hydrogen peroxide, soap, food coloring, and yeast/water)

  • Scott Roelofs

    'Elephant Toothpaste' at-home science experiment for kids... for kids? HA

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