The Exploding Ivory Soap Experiment

What kid doesn't want to put something weird in the microwave and see what happens? Satisfy their curiosity with this easy (and super clean!) science experiment with Ivory Soap. It's important to use only Ivory Soap for this experiment. When Ivory is manufactured, they whip a lot of air into the bar creating little air … Continue reading The Exploding Ivory Soap Experiment

How to Launch a Rocket with Baking Soda and Vinegar

Making a bottle rocket with baking soda and vinegar is always a fun and explosive (but safe) activity! When the baking soda reacts with the vinegar, it forms carbon dioxide and water. The carbon dioxide builds up inside the bottle until it launches into the air! Here's step-by-step directions to launch your own rocket: Supplies: … Continue reading How to Launch a Rocket with Baking Soda and Vinegar

Regrowing New Lettuce From Old Lettuce

I love seeing what I can regrow, whether it's from cuttings, stems or seeds. Recently I experimented with regrowing lettuce from a few different varieties I got in the Artisan Lettuce pack. You can try this with any kind of lettuce- it works great with romaine! I always replant my green onions, so when I … Continue reading Regrowing New Lettuce From Old Lettuce