I love science experiments that feature simple materials and baking soda science projects are full of surprising, fizzing, bubbling, educational fun!
This post is sponsored by Arm & Hammer. All opinions are my own.
I hope you had a blast in Arm & Hammer Summer Camp! And if you think that the 5 science projects we did featuring baking soda are all there is, think again…Being science counselor in camp opened my eyes to the endless project possibilities with this humble ingredient and I cannot wait to try more of them with my kids and students.
5 Easy Baking Soda Science Projects
I am gathering up all 5 projects in this post for your convenience. Watch the videos here and click the project title for complete instructions . Also be sure to check out the science section in each post to learn all about the chemical reactions that make these experiments possible!
Learn about non-Newtonian fluids and color mixing in this summer themed slime activity!
Try this mess-free chemical reaction and learn about acid, bases, and polarity.
Turn the classic baking soda volcano experiment and turn it on it’s head…I mean hand! This project uses the carbon dioxide produced in a chemical reaction for some hilarious fun!
These fly HIGH! If you have never made a bottle rocket before, this summer is the perfect time to do it!
Another variation on the classic acid base reaction with a surprising dinosaur twist!
If you enjoyed these baking soda science projects project be sure to hop over to Arm & Hammer’s YouTube channel for more ideas!