It's Pink Saturday again and I was trying to decide what to do this week when I remembered a project I did with my kindergarten class this past school year. Every year at the end of May we make volcanoes. We paper mache's little water bottles and then paint them. I always ask the kids what they think we could put in them to have the volcanoes erupt. I give them a hint that one ingredient is dry and the other is wet. Their guesses are too funny! Finally I let them know that we add white vinegar and baking soda. I put red food coloring in the vinegar to help make it look like lava when the eruption begins. Without fail the volcanoes erupt a lovely pink! This picture is what we did with the left over vinegar in the bottle. They kids get so excited seeing this huge eruption. Below is a very short video of them watching it. I love the excitement in their voices as it is being recorded.
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