This classic baking soda and vinegar science experiment never gets old in our house—we just find new ways to put a new spin on an old favorite. Today we’re sharing this easy Fizzy Shapes Kids Science Experiment to show the reaction of a base and acid. We use some cookie cutters and plastic molds to form baking soda shapes, freeze them, and then watch the science happen as we mix baking soda and vinegar! [Read more…]
The Fizzing Rainbow Baking Soda Experiment is a fun and simple experiment for kids of all ages. It’s a great beginner science activity for preschool or Kindergarteners to learn about chemical reactions and colors.
What you will need for your Fizzing Rainbow Baking Soda Experiment is [Read more…]
Easy science experiments are a fun way to get your child interested in learning. They don’t have to be too detailed with a lot of steps, just a lot of fun. Actually, in my opinion, the fewer steps the better when trying to entertain a toddler. During letter O week of my alphabet lesson plan, we made Foaming Orange Volcanos with just an orange, some baking soda, and little bit of vinegar. [Read more…]