Bombs are balls made of soda and citric acid that begin to boil when they get into the water. Except
4 tablespoons of baking soda,
2 tablespoons citric acid
to make bombs you will need
1 teaspoon of oil (sunflower or olive),
water in the spray gun.
You can add a dry or liquid dye.
Mix the soda and citric acid well, add the oil and mix again. Flakes will appear. Try to make bombs, if they are not molded well — lightly spray the mixture with water from a spray gun. Continue reading
Volcanoes made of soda and vinegar I would not be mistaken if I said that the experience of” Volcano ” made of soda and vinegar is one of the most spectacular and favorite experiences for kids. Children can repeat it endlessly. But you don’t want to do it every time using the same template. As it turned out, with the same ingredients — soda, vinegar (citric acid) and water — you can come up with quite a few variations of the known experience. We will tell you about them. Continue reading
interesting experiments for dataprogram the topic simple and interesting experiments for children. I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by my daughter’s interest in previous experiments with water. And, inspired by the success of the previous venture, I decided to conduct new experiments. This time we chose the following experiments for children:
— “miracles” with the juice of red cabbage;
— perforation of a balloon;
— how to inflate a balloon by chemical and physical methods. Continue reading
experiments for children with iodine we continue to conduct experiments for children. Last time we talked about experiments for children with eggs, and today we present to your attention experiments for children with iodine.
You probably remember from a school biology course about how potatoes turned blue when they were dripped with a diluted solution of iodine. Something similar, but in a more interesting form, we will do today. So, in today’s article, experiments for children:
– in search of starch, Continue reading
Magic tricks for children attract the attention of viewers of all ages, because they demonstrate real magic in everyday life like nothing else. Magic tricks are fascinating, intriguing, and after demonstrating them by a magician, you always want to unravel the secret, and even better, learn to perform it yourself. The latter may not be easy, because often magicians use special props and hone their skills over the years to impress the audience.
However, there are many simple tricks that even a child can learn. They do not require special training, just know a few secrets and practice before the demonstration to the audience. Continue reading