One of the things I really enjoy about Little Passports is that the learning fun doesn’t have to stop just because I’m waiting for my next shipment. You also receive emails like this one telling you about fun learning experiences you can create at home using things you probably have underneath the sink, in the pantry or in your bathroom or kitchen. After all some of the greatest scientist in the world started off in their very own home!
And, for us the best science experiments are the simplest—the ones where the kids get their hands dirty and really understand every step. It also helps to end with a show-stopping result! That doesn’t hurt.
Grab your Explorers, clear space in your kitchen, and head to Little Passports for step-by-step instructions on how to make elephant’s toothpaste. This easy experiment will not disappoint!
Make sure you have on hand
- 20 oz bottle
- Glass bowl or measuring cup
- Dish soap
- 20 volume (6%) hydrogen peroxide, liquid*
- Dry yeast packet (1 tbsp)
- Food coloring (optional)
- Baking tray
Put on your goggles and get ready to giggle, have some fun – just remember this is play toothpaste not the real deal!
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