I am so honored to have my second guest post at 123Homeschool4Me as the monthly science contributor. This month I’m sharing a really simple dancing raisins science experiment appropriate for kids from preschool through early elementary. All you need is a few raisins, a little baking soda, and some vinegar. (If you don’t have raisins, you can substitute peanuts instead.) This classic experiment helps kids visualize and better understand scientific concepts such as chemical reactions, density, and buoyancy.
Head on over to 123Homeschool4Me for a step-by-step, picture tutorial of this quick, fun, and easy science activity.
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Such a cute experiment! Can’t wait to try with my kiddos. :-)
Thanks! I hope they have fun. :)
Waaooow.. this is something creative.. Loved it and will try
can u give some more substitues if i dont have raisins and peanuts
I imagine anything small and light that doesn’t dissolve and is about that size should work, but I haven’t tried anything else. Good luck!