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  • Robin Franklin

    Summer Fun: Microwaved Ivory Soap

  • KR

    science project idea??? Microwave Ivory Soap

  • Kendra Savory

    Microwaving Soap... Frothy Fun!.. was thinking this was stupid but then I thought if you added food coloring it was useful lol

  • Real Life Latina

    Microwave Ivory Soap. Fun science experiment for kids :)

  • Brenda Daneyko

    Fun experiment for kids: Microwaved Ivory Soap

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Fun science project for kids: You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this. (More on click through.)

Ivory soap - You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this

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

Pinner said - Place a bar of Ivory soap in the microwave for two minutes to make a soap cloud. We then turned it into bathtub paint. The kids loved it! (I was probably just as entertained.)

Soap Clouds – your kids are going to love this!

Showing water moving through plants.... WAY cooler than the typical white carnations or celery!!

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"I've seen this done with celery, but this is pretty cool...Looks good for showing water moving through plants"