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Fizzy Valentine Play Dough - a soft and squishy dough that fizzes and bubbles when you add vinegar.

Fizzy Valentine Play Dough

Make a fizzy valentine play dough for your kids. It’s a soft and squishy dough that fizzes and bubbles when you add …

Baking soda and vinegar painted leaves are a fun way to combine science art!

Baking Soda Painted Leaves

Baking soda painted leaves are a super way to combine art and science. Explore the baking soda and vinegar reaction and color mixing …

Baking Soda Painted Pumpkins are a great way to combine science and art!

Baking Soda Painted Pumpkins

Painting with baking soda and vinegar continues to be one of our favorite ways to combine art and science. Baking soda painted …

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

Volcanoes are a classic science activity for kids. All you need are baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, and a volcano-shaped container. Check out …

Tape Volcano

Easy Tape Volcano

Aiden’s friend was hanging out with us one day. He requested to play with baking soda and vinegar. And he really wanted …

Melting Hearts Word Search - combine a fizzy science activity with a reading game.

Melting Hearts Word Search

We have a love of baking soda and vinegar here at Inspiration Laboratories. Our frozen vinegar hearts are still the most popular …

Valentine Heart Bubble Painting

Today I’m sharing a Valentine craft idea over at Red Ted Art for the 31 Days of Love series. We combined science with art …

Simple Ways to Introduce Science and Math Equations

Introducing Equations to Kids

Equations are an important part of STEM {science, technology, engineering, and math}. Equations are used when working math problems {addition, subtraction, multiplication, division}. …