Fizzy shapes - learn
Do you have vinegar, baking soda and food coloring at home? Then you have everything for this awesome activity. This activity is suitable for kids all ages. Younger ones can learn about different colors and older can can enjoy a science experiment. I mean who doesn’t love bubbles!
powdered food coloring
1. Place the cooke cutters on the tray and fill each one of them with powdered food color. The lighter the tray you place them on, the nicer the effect.
2. Cover the powdered colors with baking soda, so they aren't visible anymore.
3. Fill vinegar into squeeze bottles and let your child enjoy the bubbles!