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  • Kim Gordon

    Soap Clouds! Microwave a bar of Ivory soap. Who knew?

  • Regina Hutchins

    This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! It's not wet and messy, either! This is awesome! (Soap souffle)

  • Heather Bennett

    This is awesome! Ivory Soap cloud.

  • Jessi Dowers

    Soap microwaving craft

  • AnneMarie AnneMarie

    Who knew...this is what happens when you microwave a bar of soap! Cool soap craft for kids if you click on the picture.

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This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! It's not wet and messy, either! Fun for kids!

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Make Snow! All it takes is a microwave and a bar of Ivory brand soap (only Ivory will work).

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blowing up Ivory soap in the microwave...this has my kids names written all over it!

While reading other people’s blogs, particularly those from the United States, we regularly come across a product called Ivory Soap. We Googled it (as we do) and discovered that it is a soap which has been whipped and is full of air bubbles, which makes it quite light. - Sensory play

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Science behind Ivory Soap in the Microwave { this almost makes me wish we had a microwave}

Take a quarter of a bar of Ivory soap and put in the microwave. After 90 seconds, it will become more than six times its original size....must try! :)