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  • Alysha Hayse

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

  • Julie Roberts

    Homemade Helium Balloons; quick, easy, and fun!

  • Nancy Wise

    party ideas

  • Michelle Brooks

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

  • 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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No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! i need to remember this!

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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DIY: Pool Noodle Race Track. Can put a number on the car and have corresponding numbers with solfege examples on smartboard. Whoever wins, we all sing the corresponding solfege example together. Can later use for assessing pitch for individuals.

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