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  • I am looking forward to doing this with the children this week. I have already tried it out at home. The acid vinegar react with the alkali baking powder which makes the ice melt quickly. Is that right? . What would be good to go with this recource is a child friendly explanation.

    , Feb 7th
    • Hi Smileysun,

      Thank you for your resource suggestion on the Twinkl website.

      If we're able to make this for you we'll be in touch shortly to let you know.

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Feb 8th
    • Hi Smileysun,

      I've just been looking into the explanation behind this reaction. You are right in saying that one is an acid and one is an alkali, which is why they react. Unfortunately the reasons behind the reaction and the ice melting is quite a complex thing to convey to a young child, which is why we haven't included an explanation sheet and are unable to produce one.

      I hope you have a lovely day!

      , Feb 9th
Frozen Hearts Valentine Science Experiment

Frozen Hearts Valentine Science Experiment - A fun science experiment that explores the reaction between baking soda and vinegar but all with a Valentine feel.
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