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Surprise bath balls

need~
Baking soda
water
bath oil (optional) 
small toy (we used these sponge toys that expand in water) 

First in a bowl mix baking soda with a little bit of oil(we used a lavender oil) and water. It should be a thick enough so you can make them into balls and they stay. 
Once you make the balls add in the small toy and roll again so the toy is covered.  
Place in a freezer till frozen.(we waited a day)
Once frozen, give to our kid/kids and let them enjoy!
Note~ we call them bath balls but can be enjoyed in a pool, shower or just a water table.

Note2~ always watch small children with small toys. Always follow the warning labels on small toys 

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