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  • Sarah Marie

    Blobs in a Bottle, The World's Easiest Lava Lamp - Science Bob ~ This site has tons of science experiments for kids!

  • Karly Hankins

    Blobs in a Bottle (The World's Easiest Lava Lamp) by sciencebob: Here is all you need: A clean 1 liter clear soda bottle 3/4 cup of water Vegetable Oil Fizzing tablets (such as Alka Seltzer) Food coloring. Great for kids!

  • M. Reason

    Blobs in a Bottle, The World's Easiest Lava Lamp - Science Bob | 1 clear soda bottle, 3/4 cup water, Vegetable Oil, AlkaSelter, Food coloring.

  • Cristina Martinez

    Cool science projects for kids! Things you need: A clean 1 liter clear soda bottle 3/4 cup of water Vegetable Oil Fizzing tablets (such as Alka Seltzer) Food coloring Funnel

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