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In this easy chemistry activity, learners submerge pennies in different liquids (water, lemon juice, vinegar, liquid hand soap, salt water, and baking soda mixed with water) to observe which best clea
Forwards and Backwards: pH and IndicatorsAdd to list Details
Visitors prepare six solutions combining vinegar and ammonia that range incrementally from acid (all vinegar) to base (all ammonia).
In this activity, learners explore how acids can dissolve eggshells leaving behind a membrane-covered bouncy egg.
Over 1 or 2 days, learners use vinegar to remove the calcium from a chicken bone. They then explore how the bones have changed. An accompanying video with Mr.
Use grape juice, baking soda, water and vinegar to make acid and base indicator paper! This activity contains a recipe and instructions for the indicator paper.
Learn about dyes and mordants (fixatives) when you tie-dye fabric with Kool-Aid™ and vinegar. The colored molecules in Kool-Aid™ form a chemical bond between the fiber and dye molecules.
In this activity, learners test what happens when they put baking power on different frozen liquids.
Making Naked Eggs: Eggs Without Shells
This is an activity about acid-base reactions using eggs and vinegar. Learners place eggs inside a container of vinegar and leave to soak overnight.
Making Sodium Acetate: Hot Ice
In this chemistry activity which should only be done under adult supervision (page 10 of the PDF), learners will create an exothermic process by making Sodium Acetate.
Forwards and BackwardsAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners explore acids and bases by preparing six solutions that combine vinegar and ammonia, ranging from acid (all vinegar) to base (all ammonia).
In this activity, young learners will experiment with a basic chemical reaction and observe what happens when gas gets trapped! Activity includes step-by-step instructions, safety notes and more.