Exploding Bag! AGES 3+

This is a fun outdoor science experiment! Kids will have a blast watching the bags fill with gas and pop right before their eyes! Baking soda experiments or activities are a great, safe and easy way to introduce the concept of a chemical reaction to children.

Materials (affiliate link):
Plastic Sandwich size bags
Clothespin
2 Tbsp of Baking soda (for each bag)
1/3 cup of Vinegar (for each bag)
Food Coloring

Here is a video of the boys doing the activity! 

Gather all your supplies!
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Then measure a 1/3 cup of vinegar and pour it into one of the plastic sandwich bags. Once you have poured the vinegar in the bag you can add a couple drops of food coloring to make it more interesting!
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Next twist the bag and then pinch it with a clothespin.
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Now you are ready for the baking soda. Measure 2 Tbsp of baking soda into the top half of the bag. Then zip it up.
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Now comes the fun part! Hold the bag up and then take off the clothespin and watch the magic happen.
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Kysen wanted to measure how long the water marks were when he was finished!

We got this great idea from Kidsactivitiesblog! Check out the link below!
https://kidsactivitiesblog.com/87040/exploding-baggies-science-experiment-for-kids/inegar in the bag you can add a

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