It bubbles! It foams! It's a fizzy foamy science kit!
Children young and old will enjoy mixing safe powders to create solutions that foam and fizz. What makes soda pop, pop? Bread rise? These are some of the questions answered as young scientists measure, predict, and investigate using safe chemicals and common household materials. This kit includes citric acid powder, baking soda, yeast, color tablets and more for multiple investigations that can be done right on your kitchen table. Children will learn fun chemistry ideas while developing important skills for later science learning. Need a science fair project? These activities can help your child design one about acids, liquids, and chemical reactions! Created in collaboration with the early learning experts at UC Berkeley GEMS.
This set contains chemicals that may be harmful if misused. Read cautions on individual containers carefully. Not to be used by children except under adult supervision.
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