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Jumping Raisins Experiment



Here are two jumping raisins science experiments your kids will have fun doing, predicting and watching what happens.

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Raisin Kids Science Experiments

  1. Pour sparkling water or soda drink in a glass or small container.
    sparkling apple juiceWe used sparkling apple juice.












  2. Place raisins in the glass and predict what you think will happen.
    raisins in sparkling juiceThe gas bubbles cling to the raisins.








The bubbles will bring the raisins to the top. Once bubbles burst do the raisins float or sink?





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Dancing Raisins

Glass jar
handful of  raisins
4 tablespoons vinegar
1 Tablespoon baking soda
Fill jar about 3/4 full of water. Add vinegar and stir. Drop raisins in water mixture. Predict what will happen when you add baking soda.


Dancing Raisins Video




Related Food Science Experiment Pages: ~ Apple experiments, ~ Bean experiments,
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