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Reaction Experiment - Volcano in a Bottle

 
Making a Volcano in a Bottle
Materials you will need:

Sand
• Pouring Jug
• ½ CupVinegar
• Old Newspaper
• Red Food Coloring
• Bicarbonate of soda
• A small plastic drinking bottle
volcano errupting image
 
Steps :

1. Spread some of the newspaper down in an area that is safe to make a bit of a mess.

2.  Put a tablespoon of the bicarbonate of soda in the opening of the plastic bottle.

3.  Place the bottle in the middle of the newspaper area.

4.  Position the sand at the base of the plastic bottle and shape the sand half way up the bottle to make it look like a mountain.

5.  Put a few drops of the red food coloring and ½ cup of vinegar in the pouring jug.

6.  Pour the mixture into the bottle.

Wait and watch as the volcano will erupt in a few minutes with a bright red frothy lava.

THIS IS SO COOL!!!

 
 
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