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Time for an experiment for our budding little scientists. Sit back and watch the balloon inflate!

You will need
• Empty water bottle
• Balloon
• Bicarbonate of Soda
• Vinegar
How you do it:
Use a funnel to add 1/3 cup baking soda to the inside of a balloon.
Fill a plastic bottle with approximately 1 cup of vinegar.
Attach the balloon to the mouth of the plastic bottle, then lift the balloon upright so the baking soda falls and causes the reaction.

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