January 26, 2024
Fizzy Love Potion – Valentines Day Science Activities

Fizzy Love Potion – Valentines Day Science Activities

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and that means we get to fill our homes with hearts, our days with playful valentines day activities¬†like this simple and FUN¬†Valentines Day science making a¬†love potion. This fun¬†valentines day science experiment is a simple baking soda and vinegar reaction with a little fun added to make it a magical¬†¬†valentines day activity kids will enjoy learning and playing in February. This¬†activity for valentines day¬†is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students.

Valentine's Day is right around the corner and that means we get to fill our homes with hearts, our days with playful valentines day activities like this simple and FUN Valentines Day science making a love potion. This fun valentines day science experiment is a simple baking soda and vinegar reaction with a little fun added to make it a magical  valentines day activity kids will enjoy learning and playing in February. This activity for valentines day is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students.

Valentines Day Science

Make science come alive by adding some hearts and a fun WOW effect that will have kids engaged and make learning FUN this Valentine’s Day. This is such an easy¬†valentine science experiments¬†with a little sizzle using a¬†chemistry science experiment perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students.¬† So sneak in some learning to your day with a Valentines Day theme at home or in the classroom with this¬†valentine’s day science experiments. This is perfect for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers alike.

Valentine science experiments

Valentine science experiments

This¬†valentine science activities preschool is fairly easy and inexpensive and can be mess free too!¬† There are a few options for this experiment, the first being if you want the liquid to be colored or not. We added red food coloring to ours so that it would be even more Valentine’s Day themed, but this optional. I would suggest doing a light color so that you are able to see through the liquid and see the dancing hearts. Even though red is not necessarily a light color, we only did a little so it was more of a pink color.¬†

Supplies:

  • A Clear Jar
  • White Vinegar
  • Conversation Hearts
  • Baking Soda
  • Food Coloring (Optional)
  • Glitter (Optional)

Valentines Day Activity

Valentines Day Activities

Start by filling your jar ¬ĺ the way full with white vinegar. Add in your food coloring and mix well.¬†

Drop in the conversation hearts and even glitter if you want.

Valentines Day Science

Valentine’s day science experiments

When you are all ready to try your valentine science, add a TBS of baking soda. You don’t need much for a reaction to occur.

At first you will just see a bunch of bubbles and ‚Äėeruption‚Äô.¬† The bubbles will settle and then watch. The hearts will slowly but surely start moving. Then after another minute or so, you‚Äôll have dancing hearts in a jar.

How amazing is this valentines science preschool? This is the perfect¬†valentine’s day science activities for kids. Even older kids will be amused by this!¬†

Valentine's day science experiments

Valentines Day Activities for Preschoolers

Once we watched our hearts dance for a while inside the jar, we decided to move it to a pie pan. We wanted to see what would happen and to our excitement we learned that they still move, even with only an inch of vinegar. They moved in various directions instead of just up and down as they did in the jar. It was fun to watch! So grab some simple materials from your pantry and try this valentines day chemistry this February!

 

 

 

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