They are destined to be scientists, just like their mommy.
Look at them with their dry ice experiments.
First, we did the basics. We put dry ice in warm water and watched the dry ice bubble and evaporate. (Did you know that dry ice doesn’t melt it evaporates? It goes straight from the solid phase to the gas phase. It’s called sublimation.)
Then, we added some dish soap and made some huge, fun bubbles. #2 LOVED it. She kept asking for “more bubbles,” “more bubbles.”
The coolest thing about the bubbles is that they were filled with carbon dioxide, so when the girls popped them, a little smoke cloud erupted.
And, they loved popping them.
After the “bubbles” with the dry ice (for about 30 minutes), the girls got to see what came in the dry ice! Yummy, yummy popsicles.
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