Father’s Day Volcano Video

Do you get a bang out of holidays like Father’s Day?

If your kids are in the “but why…?” stage, they are going to absolutely love the Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments by Mike Adamick. From tasks like sucking a hard-boiled egg into a bottle, to making Straw Balloon Rocket Blasters, this book has it all. It’s sure to keep even the most inquisitive kids (and parents) busy all summer long.

 

Check out this incredible video inspired by the amazing beaker volcano project! This experiment can be tossed together with just vinegar, baking soda, red dye, a beaker, toilet paper, and
string. Things you probably have in your house already!

It’s a science experiment that truly mimics what happens under the earth’s crust to create volcanic eruptions.

 

IT’S VOLCANO TIME!

 

 

Let us know what you think in the comments below, and then make sure you like Fathers of Multiples Facebook page for a chance next month to win an autographed copy of the entire book of experiments that the Denver Post calls Explosively Awesome!

 

 

Kevin Zelenka

Kevin Zelenka

Kevin is a freelance writer and the stay-at-home father of twin toddlers. He admits that it’s the hardest and most rewarding position he’s ever held. He, his very patient wife, and his rambunctious boys live in Henderson, Nevada. When he’s not telling his sons not to ride the dog or trying to figure out how toast ended up under the couch, he can be found on his blog, http:doubletroubledaddy.com
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Kevin Zelenka

Kevin is a freelance writer and the stay-at-home father of twin toddlers. He admits that it’s the hardest and most rewarding position he’s ever held. He, his very patient wife, and his rambunctious boys live in Henderson, Nevada. When he’s not telling his sons not to ride the dog or trying to figure out how toast ended up under the couch, he can be found on his blog, http:doubletroubledaddy.com

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