7 Fun Experiments to do with Your Kids Today ...


There are so many fun experiments to do with your kids and you’re going to love this list.

My kids are little scientists in the making, so it’s fun to practice by doing experiments on days off from school or when boredom kicks in.2

So go ahead, pull out some supplies, set your kitchen table up with some fun experiments to do with your kids and it’ll be a tossup whether you have more fun or the kids do.

1. Baking Soda Bombs

Baking Soda Bombs

There’s nothing kids like more than an explosion.2

Don’t worry, this won’t cause any damage, but it’s fun to see how it works.

This is one of my top favorite fun experiments to do with your kids, so get started with this one.

Place a tablespoon or so of baking soda in the center of a paper towel.

Fold the sides in, then the top and bottom to contain the baking soda.

Put some vinegar in a zip top bag.

Quickly stick the paper towel in the bag, close it up and toss it on the ground.2

As the baking soda and vinegar mix, the bag will fill with air and pop.

Add some food coloring and toss the bag in the snow for some extra fun!

2. Wiggly Worms

Wiggly Worms

This is another fun experiment that uses baking soda and vinegar.

Cut several gummy words into four thin strips each with some sharp kitchen scissors.

Put a large spoonful of baking soda in a glass or jar and add a cup or so of water.

Stir the mixture well, then place the worms into the container and soak them for at least 30 minutes, but up to an hour.

Fill another glass or jar with vinegar and transfer the worms to it with a fork.

As the vinegar reacts with the baking soda, it will look like the worms come to life and wiggle around.

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