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Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun

Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment #Kids #Summer #Fun

I love this Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment.  This was a really fun science experiment using food coloring that Peyton and I enjoyed doing together. It was really cool. Be sure your milk is at room temperature or even a little warmed in the microwave. The tip is for it not to be cold to really get some fun color explosions!  This is the perfect activity for Summer Vacation or a Snow Day!

Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment #Kids #Summer #Fun

Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment #Kids #Summer #Fun

Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment #Kids #Summer #Fun

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Exploding Colors :: A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment
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Ingredients
  • Dish
  • Milk (while milk if possible)
  • Liquid Dish Soap
  • 3-4 bottles of different food coloring
Instructions
  1. Measure out 50 mL of milk and bring to room temperature.
  2. Pour the milk into the dish.
  3. Add a few drops of food coloring to the milk. Make sure to use different colors.
  4. Put a single drop of liquid dishwashing soap in the middle of the dish.
  5. Watch and see what happens as the colors explode!

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Exploding Colors A Rainbow of Fun Science Experiment

 

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