There are so many things I want to share with you every week for Try It Tuesday that it’s hard to decide! This week I picked these beautiful colorful eruptions, otherwise known as Wizard’s Brew. What kid doesn’t love a good vinegar and baking soda experiment? You may have seen this idea on Facebook like I did, through the amazing video that Babble Dabble Do shared. If not, you are in luck, because this week we tried this experiment out not once, but twice, and we are excited to share it with you! Continue reading to see how our colorful eruption experiment turned out, and you can also find a link to the instructions that I found on Babble Dabble Do.
- Glass jar (we used an old spaghetti sauce jar)
- Food coloring, or liquid watercolors
- Baking soda
- Small containers
- Dish Soap
- Long teaspoon, or skewer to stir the bubbling mixture
- Large tray, or a small, shallow bucket
For directions head on over Babble Dabble Do . This link will take you straight to the directions for this activity!
This experiment was Little C tested, and mother approved! I am going to label this as a must try experiment. I hope these pictures inspire you to have a little fun with science this week! I see plenty of colorful eruptions in our future. If you loved this week’s Try it Tuesday, don’t forget to check back next week to see what else we have to share. Also, feel free to browse around and explore what we’ve shared in the past for Try it Tuesday.