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    science experiments

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    fizzy magic rocks- simple chemistry for kids

  • Melissa Sparks

    Fizzy Magic Potion ♥ A container (something see-through works best) ♥ White vinegar ♥ Food colouring ♥ Washing up liquid ♥ Bicarbonate of soda (aka baking soda) 1. Stand your container on a tray and fill halfway up with white vinegar 2. Add a good squirt of washing up liquid 3. Add a few drops of food coloring and stir mixture 4. Add a heaped teaspoon on bicarb

  • Haley Behrens

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To make this fizzy potion you will need: ♥ A container (something see-through works best) ♥ White vinegar ♥ Food colouring ♥ Washing up liquid ♥ Bicarbonate of soda (aka baking soda) ♥ The enthusiasm of a child! ♥ A tray

Here's what you need: sandwich-sized ziploc bag (I used a generic brand and it worked fine!) 1/4 cup warm water 1/2 cup vinegar 1 tbsp. baking soda toilet paper Put baking soda in toilet paper to make a packet. Put water and vinegar in sandwich bag. Hold packet of soda toward top while you seal the bag. Shake bag to mix and set down quickly either outside or in sink.

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