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Cool Kids' Science: Fun Experiments with Dry Ice!

Cool Kids' Science: Fun Experiments with Dry Ice!

Hey there, little scientists and adventurous parents! Get ready to embark on a frosty journey of discovery with some super cool (literally) experiments involving dry ice. Dry ice, or solid carbon dioxide, is not only a magical substance that produces mesmerizing effects but is also a fantastic way to introduce kids to the wonders of science. So, gather 'round and let's dive into the icy world of fun!

Dry ice experiment

Experiment 1: Foggy Bubbles


  • Dry ice (get it from your local supplier or contact Baker's Gas and Welding)
  • Warm water
  • Dish soap
  • Bubble wand
  • Safety gloves and goggles


  1. Put on your safety gear—gloves and goggles!
  2. Fill a bowl with warm water.
  3. Add a few drops of dish soap to the warm water and mix gently.
  4. Carefully drop small chunks of dry ice into the soapy water.
  5. Dip the bubble wand into the solution and blow gently.

Watch in amazement as fog-filled bubbles float around like tiny clouds!

Tip: Keep your hands and eyes protected with gloves and goggles. Never touch dry ice directly; always use tongs or gloves.

Experiment 2: Screaming Metal Spoon


  • Dry ice
  • Metal spoon
  • Warm water


  1. Place a metal spoon on a flat surface.
  2. Carefully place a small piece of dry ice on the spoon.
  3. Pour warm water over the dry ice.

Listen as the metal spoon produces eerie, ghostly sounds!

Tip: This experiment is all about sound effects, so find a quiet spot and let the spooky symphony begin.

Experiment 3: Color-Changing Potion


  • Dry ice
  • Clear plastic cups
  • Food coloring
  • Warm water


  1. Fill each plastic cup with warm water.
  2. Add a few drops of different food coloring to each cup.
  3. Carefully drop small pieces of dry ice into each cup.

Observe as your potion bubbles and changes colors!

Tip: Encourage the little ones to mix and match colors to create their own magical concoctions.

Safety First:

  • Always handle dry ice with gloves or tongs to prevent frostbite.
  • Use dry ice in well-ventilated areas to ensure proper air circulation.
  • Keep experiments short and supervised.
  • Never ingest dry ice.

Now that you've had a blast with these experiments, if you have any questions about ordering dry ice or need more safety tips, feel free to reach out to Baker's Gas and Welding. They're the experts in all things cool (literally)!

If you're ready to get started with your dry ice experiments and are local to the Ohio Michigan area, reach out to Baker's Gas for a quote!

Happy experimenting, little scientists! May your days be filled with wonder and your experiments be frosty fun!

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