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  • Kim Boman

    Exploring gas with balloons, baking soda & vinegar. Fun simple science experiment for kids.

  • Nancy Ellers

    Non Helium Balloons - no helium! just fill a water bottle 1/3 full with vinegar with a funnel. With another dry funnel, pour baking road into balloon (about 1/2 way). Cover top of bottle with balloon. DON'T LET BAKING SOADA SPILL INTO THE BOTTLE. Then lift balloon and let baking soda fall into vinegar. Mixture will fizz and expand balloon!

  • Lilia Hurtado

    No helium needed to fill balloons for parties. (just need baking soda, vinegar, water bottle, funnels, balloons)

  • Sheila G.

    Blow It Up! Exploring Gas with Balloons, Baking Soda Vinegar. A great way to walk though a fun science experiment with your children.

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