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    How to make baking soda paint that fizzes, creating beautiful color-mixing reactions.

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    • Jovanhanna Kristina

      DIY paint, kids paint, craft for kids, toddler activity, learn colors, painting, safe activity. How to make baking soda paint that fizzes, creating beautiful color mixing reactions.

    • Rachel Mote

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    • Rachel Briggs

      Baking soda paint recipe- definitely something 2 year olds can do. But would probably need to make this a one on one activity with my crew.

    • Keegan Aylward

      Homemade baking soda paint recipe, a fun sensory painting activity.

    • Jessica Mason

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