Fizzing science experiments are very popular around here! Did you know that fizzing science is chemistry too? What makes the fizz and bubble, and the pop? A chemical reaction, of course! All this week for the 100 Days of Summer Activities we will be exploring awesome fizzing science experiments. Our easy to set up science experiments and activities using common household ingredients. Suitable for indoors or especially fun to take outside!
FIZZING SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FOR KIDS
SIMPLE CHEMICAL REACTIONS
What comes to mind when you think of a typical chemistry experiment? My guess would be a volcano! Of course, we have tried quite a few varieties of volcano chemical reaction around here including using fruit, LEGO, and sand. We also explore pop rockets and popping bags, surprise eggs and fizzing castles. Plus we have more awesome soda science experiments!
AMAZING FIZZING CHEMICAL REACTIONS
1. BAKING SODA VOLCANO
We have taken a classic baking soda and vinegar science experiment and given it some unique twists over the years! Check out three different volcano experiment ideas.
Build your volcano right in your sandbox or scoop sand into a plastic tub/container for this fun fizzing experiment.
Have your kids build a LEGO volcano for fizz and bubble fun!
Get ready for a simple science activity the kids are going to go crazy. This fizzing science activity has been dubbed the puking pumpkin around here!
Pop rocks are a must try candy and science activity even if just once! Yes, it’s tons of sugar but the popping and fizzing are perfect for this week’s fizzing science experiments theme!
Will it pop? The perfect fizzing science activity to take outside!
Setting off a Mentos geyser is definitely a classic science experiment. You can simply do this cool fizzing science activity as is or you can incorporate the scientific method for kids and test out different sodas and different amounts of Mentos.
My son had a great time with these mini pop rockets. Another great fizzing science experiment to take outdoors!
Have your kids ever seen a lava lamp? Well these aren’t exactly the same but they still look pretty cool!
This fizzing chemistry reaction isn’t just for Easter! Hide anything inside your eggs for a fun surprise for your kids. Check out our options!
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You have heard about baking soda and vinegar reactions, but what about citrus fruits?
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Yes, corn really does dance! What else will dance during this neat chemical reaction activity?
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This fizzing experiment produces heaps of foam and is tonnes of fun. Also commonly known as Elephant’s toothpaste.
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FIZZING SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FOR SIMPLE CHEMISTRY FOR KIDS
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