October 9, 2019

Science Chemical Reactions

Today we have five new ideas all about Science Chemical Reactions. The first one is called the Exploding Baggie Science Experiment. The second one is called the Penny Turn Green Experiment. The third one is called the Magic Dancing Rice Experiment. The fourth one is called the Elephant Toothpaste Experiment. And the last one is a video about Easy Home Experiments. Enjoy!


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Exploding Baggie Science Experiment
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Exploding Baggie Science Experiment

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It’s fun and easy to do science experiments at home! This exploding baggie science experiment is a twist on the classic baking soda and vinegar reaction. Kids love it because it ends with an explosion and it simple enough to do again and again.

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Penny Turn Green Experiment
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Penny Turn Green Experiment

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Chemical reactions are always surprising for kids to observe! In this science activity we’ll be turning a penny green.

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Magic Dancing Rice Experiment
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Magic Dancing Rice Experiment

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My daughter has been experiencing and loving making our own baking soda and vinegar reaction for years. There comes a time, though, that we needed to do something different. This time it was time to watch a dancing rice experiment.

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Elephant Toothpaste Experiment
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Elephant Toothpaste Experiment

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This fantastic foamy fountain experiment, also called Elephant Toothpaste is SO very much fun! We did this experiment years ago and I decided it was time to revisit it with my younger kids. We decided to try it with with both regular hydrogen peroxide and the 6% solution at the same time and compare the difference. In our images, the red is with the stronger solution and the blue is with the regular hydrogen peroxide.

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Easy Home Experiments
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Easy Home Experiments

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Here is a video of a compilation of different easy science home experiments that you and your kids can try out at home.

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