Innovating Science Elephant Toothpaste Experiment Kit

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Key Features

  • Do the popular elephant toothpaste experiment at home!
  • A fun experiment for kids and adults that teaches how chemical reactions work
  • The experiment covers principles of physical science including chemical reactions and catalyzation

Elephant toothpaste? No, we’re not going to show you how to brush an elephant’s teeth. This fun experiment is designed to demonstrate how certain substances react when they’re mixed together. The reactions can sometimes be… dramatic. Everything centers on hydrogen peroxide and what happens when it breaks down. The experiment will lead you through the use of a catalyzing agent and a visualizing agent. A handy manual is included with everything you need to know about the ingredients, including safety data.

OK, but what’s with the name? Well, elephant toothpaste refers to the appearance and SIZE of the foamy product resulting from the chemical reaction. This popular experiment is easy to perform and teaches a lot about scientific principles. You’ll get to do the experiment yourself, experience the dramatic results, and maybe appreciate the need to clean up after yourself.

Elephant toothpaste is a fun experiment for kids and adults. This complete experiment set includes everything you need. It has been developed with the following educational concepts:

  • Disciplinary Core Ideas: Structures and Properties of Matter, Chemical Reactions
  • Performance Expectations: Physical Sciences - Matter and its Interactions
  • Contents

  • 50mL 3% hydrogen peroxide
  • 6mL dish soap
  • 2g yeast
  • Two 5oz plastic cups
  • Two stirring sticks
  • One 8oz clear bottle
  • prop 65 Prop 65 Warning

    Elephant toothpaste? No, we’re not going to show you how to brush an elephant’s teeth. This fun experiment is designed to demonstrate how certain substances react when they’re mixed together. The reactions can sometimes be… dramatic. Everything centers on hydrogen peroxide and what happens when it breaks down. The experiment will lead you through the use of a catalyzing agent and a visualizing agent. A handy manual is included with everything you need to know about the ingredients, including safety data.

    OK, but what’s with the name? Well, elephant toothpaste refers to the appearance and SIZE of the foamy product resulting from the chemical reaction. This popular experiment is easy to perform and teaches a lot about scientific principles. You’ll get to do the experiment yourself, experience the dramatic results, and maybe appreciate the need to clean up after yourself.

    Elephant toothpaste is a fun experiment for kids and adults. This complete experiment set includes everything you need. It has been developed with the following educational concepts:

  • Disciplinary Core Ideas: Structures and Properties of Matter, Chemical Reactions
  • Performance Expectations: Physical Sciences - Matter and its Interactions
  • Contents

  • 50mL 3% hydrogen peroxide
  • 6mL dish soap
  • 2g yeast
  • Two 5oz plastic cups
  • Two stirring sticks
  • One 8oz clear bottle
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