Science and literacy wrapped up in one fun and fizzy baking soda and vinegar experiment with this fizzy Green Eggs and Ham activity. Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham is the perfect way to explore simple chemistry ideas with kids and enjoy a Dr. Seuss activity all in on! Get ready to experience a fun chemical reaction with this super simple science experiment.
FIZZY GREEN EGGS AND HAM FOR DR SEUSS SCIENCE!
Get ready to add this easy kitchen science, two ingredient recipe to your Dr Seuss lesson plans this season. Grab your copy of Green Eggs and Ham, and let’s dig in with fizzy green eggs. While you’re at it, check out these other easy Dr Seuss science activities you can try with simple, low-cost supplies.
BAKING SODA AND VINEGAR
Let’s get right to this baking soda and vinegar experiment for our Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham activity. Head to the kitchen, open the pantry and grab the supplies. Dig out some green plastic Easter eggs too.
YOU WILL NEED:
- Baking Soda
- Green Food Coloring
- Green Plastic Easter Eggs
- Squirt Bottle or Baster
- Baking Dish
- Book: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
Green Eggs and Ham Activity Set Up:
You will want to make sure to put your green eggs for the Green Eggs and Ham activity on a tray or in a baking dish to catch all the fizz! Otherwise, it will get extra messy very fast.
STEP 1: Fill half of each plastic egg with baking soda. A tablespoon or so should work!
STEP 2: Of course, you want your fizzy green eggs to be green! You can add several drops of liquid green food coloring to your eggs. You can also add a dash of green glitter too!
STEP 3: There are several ways you can create this baking soda and vinegar reaction.
You can choose to:
- Fill a small squirt bottle with vinegar.
- Use a baster (or eyedropper) with a bowl of vinegar.
- Set out a small ladle with a bowl of vinegar
Optional: Add a few drops of green food coloring to the vinegar if you like!
STEP 4: Add some vinegar to the baking soda and watch what happens!
The kids will want to repeat this fizzy Green Eggs and Ham activity over and over again! Make sure to have plenty of baking soda and vinegar on hand!
BAKING SODA AND VINEGAR REACTION
This fizzy Green Egss and Ham activity is a fun example of a chemical reaction including states of matter! That is a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar) reacting together to form a completely new substance.
When the vinegar (an acid) and baking soda (a base) combine together, they form a gas called carbon dioxide which is all the fizzing bubbling action you see! All three states of matter are present: liquid (vinegar), solid (baking soda), and gas (carbon dioxide).
What can you use instead of baking soda and vinegar?
Did you know you can swap out vinegar with lemon juice or lime juice?
Check out>>> Exploding Lemons!
Did you also know you can swap out baking soda and vinegar for baking powder and water?
We did it here>> Gingerbread Science
Set up your own fizzy experiment and compare the different ways to make this awesome chemical reaction for Dr Seuss science!
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ENJOY A FIZZY GREEN EGGS AND HAM DR SEUSS ACTIVITY!
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