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  • Swimyfish

    All Things Beautiful: Summer Fun #43: Fizzy Explosion Bags. Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar-science lesson. They take off like rockets!

  • Chiara Rossetti

    Easy Science Project! Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar. They take off like rockets!

  • Groovewoman

    Fizzy Explosion Bags -Science experiment with baking soda & vinegar. **A MUST**

  • Kristin Assaad

    Fizzy Explosion Bags: science lesson on baking soda and vinegar.

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