Nestle Family Summer Block Party: Day 2

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For today’s Backyard Science Project, it’s time to get messy! Who doesn’t love a good volcano, right? I found a great protocol for a backyard volcano from FamilyEducation.comHere’s how to get started:

materials

Baking pan, Soda bottle (16 or 20 oz.), Moist soil, 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1 cup vinegar, Red food coloring
and the great outdoors!

Place the baking pan on the grass, and set the soda bottle in the middle of the pan.  Mound and shape the moist soil around the bottle to form a mountain. Bring the soil right up to the top of the bottle’s opening, but don’t get the soil inside the bottle.  Next, pour one tablespoon of baking soda into the bottle.  Color one cup of vinegar with red food coloring and pour the colored vinegar into the bottle. Stand back and watch red foam spray out of the top and down the mountain like lava from a volcano!

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  1. pixie13 says:

    My daughter is too little for structured science lessons, but last year we ket a tank of tadpoles until they turned into frogs & she loved that. She’d check the tank every day to see if they had grown legs yet!

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  17. Lisa G. says:

    Last year I helped my youngest son make a rainbow for his science fair project. We had a lot of fun and he loved showing how it worked to his class.
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  28. shannon thurman says:

    we actually did a volcano similar to this in school. but noone thought to add the dye (figues) anyway i think i am going to do this with my daughter with the dye thanks for the reminder

  29. shannon thurman says:

    we actually did a volcano similar to this in school. but noone thought to add the dye (figues) anyway i think i am going to do this with my daughter with the dye thanks for the reminder

  30. shannon thurman says:

    we actually did a volcano similar to this in school. but noone thought to add the dye (figues) anyway i think i am going to do this with my daughter with the dye thanks for the reminder

  31. andrea v says:

    i loved the volcano

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  41. we did magnet expeirments but I think this is a great idea. would love to try this with my 9 yr old!

  42. My favorite science project was in the 5th grade and I did “Does Water boil faster with or without a lid?” I know it sounds simple enough but I won the science fair that year over my whole grade! It was a great experience!

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  46. Annette D says:

    In the 7th grade we had to make a working volcano model and I did a really great job!

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  79. Lindsey says:

    My favorite science project was making a volcano with my brother.

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  83. Lauralee Hensley says:

    My favorite science experiment was a class experiment in the 6th grade. Mr. Houseman our teacher was having us put various chemicals into ballons which we were going to go outside and release into the air, and we would see which ones would plummet to the ground first due to getting to a chemical freezing point first. The ballons were labeled and colored so we’d know which chemical was put into each balloon.
    Anyways, and this is no lie, it truly happened. Our teacher opened a bottle of embalming fluid (yep, embalming fluid like for the dead) and was via a flunnel pouring the fluid into the ballon. The bottle slipped out of his hand, and the glass shattered and the embalming fluid spilled on the floor and the flumes started burning everyones eyes and people started coughing.
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  87. barbara wright says:

    I liked the volcano with the dry ice

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  104. Debbie C says:

    My favorite science project was doing cultures with Petri dishes.

  105. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    This isn’t exactly my son’s favorite science lesson (singular)…but, last year, my son was chosen to attend the Exxon Mobil Bernard Harris Science Camp at up Oregon State University. My son lived on campus for almost two weeks and participated in small group educational activities. It was truly a privilege for him and a wonderful learning experience. My husband is a chemist (now working as an engineer) so hopefully my kids will develop their interest in science.

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  111. Cathy H says:

    Favorite science projects were always something to do with the study of nature, even hiked, collected things and kept a journal when I was a teen

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  114. My absolute favorite science project as a kid in elementary school was my volcano. My dad helped me make it, and when we turned it on, it ozze fake lava. The class went wild.

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  124. Tari L. says:

    I liked it when we got to put different substances together and they either changed color or preferably bubbled up and over the test tubes.

  125. I made a volcano with my son, as a science project. The kids really liked it.
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  127. Nadine L says:

    The one my daughter and I always liked to do together was make silly putty, she always had a big supply and it saved me money and was easy to do

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  130. EMMA L HORTON says:

    MY SON’S FAVORITE PROJECT WAS MAKING THE EARTH WITH THE PLANETS

  131. What I remember doing for my own project was food coloring with aspirin in flowers, carnations. The food coloring turned the flowers whatever color and aspirin made the flowers last longer.

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  136. Denise S says:

    I hated science as a child because I wasn’t good at it, but I remember having to make a cooler out of household items that would not melt an ice cube when put in the schools boiler room.

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  141. DeeAnn S says:

    The science project I remember was making the planet earth out of a balloon covered with paper mache. It was a fun project. Thanks.

  142. Sandy S says:

    I loved doing the volcano with vinegar and baking soda! My son hasn’t really done any science experiments yet…we look at a lot of bugs and worms. Maybe I’ll pull out the baking soda and vinegar today…

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  151. I’m a homeschooler, so we do lots of science projects. Our best so far was when we discected a cow eyeball.

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  158. My kids are young so have not done a whole lot of science projects so far, my favorite was when we learned about plant life by growing our own from seeds and keeping track of the progress. I have always thought those volcano projects were very cool, hope some day we can do one.

  159. I don’t remember doing any science projects but my daughter had to make a toothpick bridge in 9th grade that had to support a can of pop. That was a fun project.

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  165. Denise B. says:

    I honestly always hated science but did look forward to our science teacher bringing us out into the woods behind the school to look for frogs, fossels, and such.

  166. I was never much of a science kid, but I remember clearly the day the chick hatched from the egg we had in the classroom. That was amazing and had quite an impact on me.

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  173. Alicia Webster says:

    I hated, hated, hated science (and I still do), so this is going to be a tough one…I never did a science project, but I more or less liked when we studied clouds and rocks in Earth Science in high school.

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  197. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    When I was in school, we didn’t have science projects. However, my son’s favorite was popping various brands of microwave popcorn, to see which one popped the best. He got an A!

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    I’m not sure what my favorite science project was, but I can tell you what it definitely was not: frog dissection. Yuck!

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  237. Kimberly says:

    My favorite project was making a model of the solar system. So far my granddaughter’s favorite has been making an exploding volcano. She was so happy at the giant mess that it made!
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    My favorite science project was when we grew pumpkins in test tubes (until they got too big) to watch the root system!

  245. My favorite science project always had to do with plants.

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  249. Jenn S. says:

    My child’s favorite science lesson thus far was studying the butterfly life cycle.

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  251. Rachel Higgs says:

    I did an experiment comparing Mars and the
    Earth’s atmospheres

  252. Crystal @ Simply Being Mommy says:

    I did a pretty cool volcano project like in the 6th grade or so. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  259. My sons’s favorite Science Lesson was learning the names of the planets in our solar system.

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  261. My favorite science project was making the solar system out of paper mache the year we were studying it.

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  266. was learning how electricity works
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  268. April J says:

    My favorite science project was disecting a frog

  269. Daniel M says:

    the usual erupting volcano

  270. My favorite science project was the egg drop! We all had to construct devices that would keep an egg intact after being dropped off of our 3 story school building. It was a blast! And yes, my egg survived! 🙂 Thanks for the chance!

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  273. Kathy Scott says:

    I did a PH test on shampoos.

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  276. Katie R. says:

    My favorite science project was making a volcano.

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  278. Can say making a volcano was mine and my daughters’ favorite 🙂
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  282. Erica C. says:

    The basic vinegar with baking soda is always fun!

  283. Ed Nemmers says:

    The little one’s favorite science project was a papier-mache volcano with baking soda and vinegar!

  284. Jennifer M says:

    My daughter liked dissecting an owl pellet in class.

  285. burning strips of magnesium for the bright light

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  290. anything but disecting a frog

  291. Melissa B. says:

    Making an egg float in salt water.

  292. Lila Thum says:

    trying different kinds of light to see how well plants grow accordingly

  293. LAMusing says:

    It’s hazy in my memory – but I did a project involving leaves 😛

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  295. I loved dissecting the frog, my daughter loves using the microscope and looking at things.

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  298. Barbara says:

    I did a science project where I grew several different potato plants in varying degrees of light and noted how the light affected the rate of growth and the color.

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  300. Paula Hafner says:

    I made a fire ant farm in 4th grade. I got an A+. Mom wasn’t pleased when she discovered they were fire ants. I was supposed to dig up some black ants for my farm 🙂

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  303. Rachel S says:

    I grew rock crystals from a kit! That was fun.

  304. Lucy Schwartz says:

    Made a diorama and I was so proud of it until I saw everyone else’s. Oh the tradegy of childhood.

  305. I loved making a volcano one year.

  306. Darcy B says:

    favorite science project we raised bunnies—I loved them!!

  307. Marilyn L says:

    I honestly despised science and have conveniently forgotten anything I learned in science class

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  310. A chart I made with all kinds of fishes on it

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  313. Heather C says:

    We did a lesson in 3rd grade learning about how cactus’s survive, and got to plant our own and keep it. Mine lasted years, which was the longest of everyone’s for sure. Mostly everyone’s died within a month. I was proud 🙂
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  320. I had a blast (literally) when we made rockets in school

  321. My son won first place in this year’s science fair after observing rotting bananas for a month. He put them in jars some in water, some with air holes in the dark or light. He came up with the whole thing himself with minimal help from dad. I was so proud of him.

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  324. Melanie says:

    I enjoyed my 2nd grade solar system project.

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    My son enjoyed the science project where they disected frogs

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  332. Justine says:

    My fave science project when I was a kid was when I incubated chicken eggs and added food dyes with a syringe…then when the chicks hatched they were colored and it was awesome!

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  340. susan smoaks says:

    the volcano was my favorite science project

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  344. I always liked the volcano too..and wanna guess what my kids are going to do tomorrow???

  345. My favorite science project included placing a penny in a can of Coke and waiting for the penny to dissolve.
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  354. Breanne says:

    I didn’t even do any science projects when I was little! I went to a very very tiny school and we didn’t do anything! I did like dissecting cats but that was my junior year.

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  360. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…my favorite science project (8th grade) was breeding fruit flies & mapping the genetic outcomes; back in the mid ’70’s, when giving a kid a can of ether (to anesthetize & study the flies) to play with was considered a smart move !

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  365. CherylS22 says:

    I guess my favorite science project was making a volcano. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  370. When I was in middle school, I did a display about evolution, centering on how the giraffe was believed to have developed its long neck. I drew lines on the haunches of one of my model horses to turn it into an Okapi (a short-necked relative of the giraffe). I actually won 2nd or 3rd place in the school science fair and went on to the big tri-county science fair, where I didn’t win, but at least I made it that far!

  371. I made a volcano with baking soda and vinegar. That was a lot of fun!

  372. Barbara Long says:

    My favorite science project was about static electricity.

  373. Nancy S. says:

    My son did a science project where we did a survey about whether kids preferred “Kids” toothpastes.

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  375. Sandra Gray says:

    My favorite one was definitely when we made peanut brittle in our beakers in chemistry class. There was a scientific point to it (it wasn’t just to learn how to make peanut brittle in beakers), I just don’t remember what that principle was. I definitely do remember that we got to eat it and it was pretty tasty.

  376. I once did a science fair project about optical illusions. It was fun!

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