| | | |

Just Add Milk @GriddlyGames

Just Add Milk

Combine Science & Art in Just Add Milk. After a brief introduction about surface tension, you’ll experiment with at-home ingredients such as food coloring, soda pop and vinegar to watch what happens when you just add milk! Create a wonderful display of exploding color and save your tie-dye designs on the sheets of heavy absorbency paper included in the kit (measuring 5″ x 7″).

For ages 5+.After completing the many other included experiments, create more colorful designs and turn them into mouse pads and window sun-catchers (additional supplies required).Kit includes: 5 heavy absorbency paper sheets (5” x 7”), 4 bottles of food coloring (10 ml x 4), liquid soap (10ml), and instructions.You supply toothpicks, cotton swabs, plastic lids(from yogurt, sour cream, etc.), hole punch, string, white glue, salt, white vinegar, and kitchen dishes.

 

  • Create a wonderful display of exploding color and save your tie-dye designs on the sheets of heavy absorbency paper included in the kit (measuring 5″ x 7″)
  • After completing the many other included experiments, create more colorful designs and turn them into mouse pads and window sun-catchers (instructions included)
  • Just add milk is a kit for all children – boys and girls, to explore the curiosity of science, and to express themselves in a creative way
  • Experiment with natural reactions and create wonderful works of art with the designs from the color demonstration you create

WEBSITE

FACEBOOK

TWITTER

INSTAGRAM

 

Similar Posts

6 Comments

  1. This would be such a fun kit to have, my kids love doing experiments! This would be a great learning experience as well. I love that you use items that you already have at home.

  2. My grandkids would have a field day with this!! The messier the activity the better!
    But what a waste of good milk 🤪

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.