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exploding bag/ kids edition!

exploding bag! 
def a outside thing! (learned that the hard way tried mines in the bathtub) 
toilet paper
baking soda

cut off to squares of toilet paper put one on top of the other and in the middle put one tablespoon of baking soda. Then in a sandwich bag put 1/4 cup of warm water and 1/2 vinegar. close the bag leaving a small oping for the toilet paper. Make sure the toilet paper is wrapped around the baking soda and put it in the bag and seal quickly. shake a little and place on ground and set away not far but like a foot or two.
note i added glitter to mines just to add color.


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