Baking Soda Treasure Rocks

Oh, baking soda and vinegar! My kids have tons of fun every single time with essentially the same activity, but they always put their very own spin on it that’s slightly (or not so slightly) different each time.

Our most recent adventures with this type of science activity was recently published on Living Life and Learning: Baking Soda Treasure Rocks.

 

Reuse baking soda that has already reacted with vinegar to make Baking Soda Treasure Rocks for recycled fizzy fun! Great science and sensory activity for kids of all ages, from toddlers on up.

 

Like in our Baking Soda Letters in the Water Table activity, we used baking soda that had previously reacted with vinegar {in this case, it came from our St. Patrick’s Day Fun with Baking Soda and Vinegar activity}. Once the used baking soda has dried, it will react just as well the second time around, it’s pretty awesome!

Go over to Living Life and Learning right now to read the full post!

 

Looking for more fun baking soda and vinegar activities for kids of all ages?

 

Color Surprise Eruptions

Baking Soda and Vinegar Process Art

Baking Soda, Vinegar, and Shaving Cream

Fizzy Cloud Dough Experiment from Powerful Mothering

Glitter Fireworks Surprise from Life Over Cs

 

Here are some fun, simple science resources from Amazon!

 

Make your own baking soda and vinegar-powered rocket with this Scientific Explorer Meteor Rocket Science Kit!

Mold a volcano that you can make erupt over and over again with this Volcano Making Kit!

Glow. In. The. Dark. Slime! Need I say more?!

 

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