🧊 Fizzy Ice Cubes: A Fun Science Experiment for Kids! 💥🧪

Are you looking for a cool and fizzy science experiment for your kids to try? Look no further than Fizzy Ice Cubes! This simple activity is easy to set up and will have your kids amazed as they watch the ice cubes bubble and fizz in their drink. 🤩


  • 🧊 Ice cube tray
  • 💧 Water
  • 🥤 Clear soda (such as lemon-lime soda)
  • 🧪 Baking soda
  • 🧂 Salt
  • 🥄 Spoon


  1. 🧊 Fill the ice cube tray with water and freeze until solid.
  2. 🧪 In a small bowl, mix together 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 tablespoon of salt.
  3. 🥤 Fill a glass with clear soda.
  4. 🧊 Remove the ice cubes from the tray and place them in the glass of soda.
  5. 🥄 Using the spoon, sprinkle the baking soda and salt mixture over the ice cubes.
  6. 💥 Watch as the ice cubes fizz and bubble in the soda!

Explanation: The Fizzy Ice Cubes Experiment is an example of an acid-base reaction. When the baking soda (a base) and salt are sprinkled over the ice cubes and added to the soda (an acid), it produces carbon dioxide gas. This gas is released in the form of bubbles that attach themselves to the ice cubes, causing them to fizz and bubble in the soda. The result is a cool and refreshing drink with a fun and fizzy twist!


  • 🔬 Try using different types of soda to see if they produce different results.
  • 🔍 Experiment with different amounts of baking soda and salt to see how it affects the reaction.
  • 🎨 Add food coloring to the water before freezing to create colorful ice cubes.

Conclusion: The Fizzy Ice Cubes Experiment is a fun and easy science activity that kids will love! Not only is it entertaining to watch, but it also teaches them about acid-base reactions and the properties of different materials. So, gather your materials and get ready to add a fun and fizzy twist to your favorite soda! And, if your kids need a container to store their science experiment supplies, consider using a Little Monster Bag, a playful and functional backpack perfect for school, science class, or playtime. 🎒👀

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