Classic Science Experiment With a Holiday Twist!
Baking soda and vinegar chemical reactions are always a favorite of kids! Who wouldn’t love all the bubbling and fizzing fun. What happens when you mix an acid and base? You get a gas called carbon dioxide!
You will need a cauldron (or bowl), baking soda, white vinegar, food coloring, dish soap, and some "eyeballs"!
Add a heaping amount of baking soda to your bowl or cauldron. Place on a tray, in the sink, or outside because this can get messy. Add a squirt of dish soap and food coloring as desired. You can also mix food coloring into the vinegar. Go ahead and pour in white vinegar and watch the bubbling brew start up!