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  • Kaitlyn Lewis

    These activities are fun ways for kids to explore and create with science experiments. The website has links on how to make ice tunnels, invisible ink, a storm in a cup, crystal egg geodes, glow water, baking soda volcanoes, and mad scientist potion with dry ice. Plus it explains some of the science concepts behind the fun!

  • 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.

  • Trina Winterringer-Strohm

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

  • 10.22.t

    baking soda, yeast, water, food coloring= Elephant Toothpaste science experiment.

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