Confetti Science for Kids New Years Eve Activity

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Let the kids make a little mess for a special occasion with easy confetti activities! Nothing says New Year’s Eve like tons of flying confetti!

Our confetti science experiment for New Year’s Eve fun is cool kitchen science.

Baking soda science really is a blast for kids to try. If you haven’t yet, it really is a must try!

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Whip up a simple baking soda dough for this confetti science experiment.

Mix 2 cups of baking soda with a good handful of confetti, sequins, or glitter!

Set up your plastic party glasses in some sort of shallow tray or bowl.

Then scoop a 1/4-1/3 cup of your mixture into the party glass.

Finally, pour a bowl of vinegar and set out with a baster or eyedropper. And you're all set!

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