I’ve been dying to try this one because Nova loves anything with food colouring – and this one fizzes! We have eight different colours of food colouring so this was her chance to go wild with all of them!
I love experiments like this that are so easy to set up, need minimal ingredients and get an awesome end result.
This one is great for kids because all we needed was a baking dish (or any shallow dish you have around the house), food colouring, baking soda and vinegar.
TIP: The link does state using gloves or glasses depending on how your child is with this kind of stuff. Nova is really careful so I didn’t worry about either.
TIP: Depending on how coordinated your child is and what age, a squeeze bottle with vinegar is also an option
Here’s a video of how it turned out! ⬇️
And after awhile it was still fizzing but just small amounts. I had to show her that there was still baking soda in the edges!
TIP: The link shows putting the baking soda in and then dropping the food colouring – either way would work but I liked the idea of “hiding” the colors underneath instead.