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Tuesday, April 10, 2012
More Science Fun
We recently had fun making fizz for our science experiments. Besides the usual vinegar and baking soda, we also made some fizz by adding baking soda to hot water.
Then we made some fizz for our mouth! We mixed 2 spoons of citric acid, 1 spoon of baking soda, and 8 spoons of powdered sugar together.
Then when we tasted it, the water in our mouth caused them to react and make fizz.
Some of the kids didn't like the taste too much, so they preferred adding water to it and watching it instead.
Did you know that the holes in cake are bubbles made by the baking soda in the cake batter? It makes bubbles as it gets hot and this is what makes your cake rise! See, even I get to learn something new in school too! :)
Have you done any fun experiments with your kids lately?