To make this fizzy potion you will need: ♥ A container (something see-thru is best) ♥ White vinegar ♥ Food coloring ♥ Washing up liquid ♥ Bicarbonate of soda (aka baking soda) ♥ A tray 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 4. Add a heaped teaspoon of bicarb Food Colors, For Kids, Magic Rocks, Science Experiment, White Vinegar, Food Coloring, Baking Sodas, Kids Science Projects, Fizzies Magic
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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.
Baking soda, food color, and vinegar are perhaps the easiest set of ingredients to throw together to create wonderful opportunities for science play and exploration. Today, our class explored these ingredients and the bubble making process in an entirely new way and it was big success…