DIY Fall Wreath | Baking Soda and Vinegar Experiment | Science for Kids | Easy Crafts for Kids
Combine baking soda and vinegar with paint to create a colorful fall wreath! It's an explosion of color and fizzy fun!
For this DIY fall wreath, kids will mix baking soda and vinegar with paint to create a fizzy explosion of color on watercolor paper. They will then cut out fall leaves from the colorful paper to create an autumn wreath, which is a cheerful Thanksgiving decoration. This activity for kids is a fun art project and science experiment combined! It's also perfect for sensory play!
This activity is geared toward children ages 6 and older with adult supervision. It takes more than an hour to complete.
For this kids' DIY project, you will need glue, vinegar, baking soda, a paintbrush, a pencil, an eyedropper, plastic cups, watercolor paper, scissors, a paint tray, red, yellow and orange paint and the wreath template.
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