Classroom fun with The Fizz Inflator

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What would the science world be without vinegar & baking soda? It would be a little less exciting at the Community School of West Seattle. Michelle Taylor teaches a K-2 program there and she decided to add a little science excitement to her classroom. With a little vinegar, baking soda, a bottle and a balloon, her students were able to to observe chemistry at work inflating the balloon. (Instructions for this experiment below)


“You could hear the screams all through the school – it was so exciting.”

For instructions to this experiment, CLICK HERE.

To visit Michelle’s classroom blog, CLICK HERE.



4 Responses to “Classroom fun with The Fizz Inflator”
  1. sandra742 says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

  2. Marowa3 says:

    once i did a project about fizz inflator and i won the science project! I won $2000 doller big check! By the way i luv your blog!

  3. dejanique says:

    :) this is a great project thanks for inspiring for me to doit hopes it wrks out great :)

  4. ozi12345 says:

    aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh! thnx thnx thnx thnx thnx thnx thnx thnx and a million THANKS! it worked. my science teacher says i have a chance of winning! my friend’s are all so jealous. ha!thanks. but what’s the hypothesis of this project?

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