My boys and I have been doing some fun science experiments with baking soda and vinegar. Last week we blew up a balloon with baking soda and vinegar. This is a similar experiment except the baking soda and vinegar reaction fuels a boat for the bathtub instead. This was a really fun experiment. Make sure to check out the YouTube video below and let my boys know what you thought of their project.
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Kids love to do hands-on science experiments. My boys and I are doing different experiments with baking soda and vinegar. This experiment involves blowing up a balloon with the gas resulting from the reaction of the baking soda and vinegar. Kids of all ages will love doing this experiment. We have even included a YouTube video so you can see our experiment in action. To do this project you will need:
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