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Fun Experiment for Kids – Color Changing Sensory Bottles DIY Project!

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Let’s make some great, educational color changing water bottles for kids! This DIY project is a safe and inexpensive experiment that makes a great summertime activity. This experiment relies on the scientific properties of water and oil that prevent them from mixing. We will color the water one color and the oil another, and then shake the bottle vigorously to allow the colors to mix. After a short amount of time, the colors will re-separate. Although this experiment is safe, adult supervision is required since it can be messy. We hope you have a lot of fun replicating this activity with your little ones! Let us know in the comments how it went =)
For this experiment you will need Wilton Candy Coloring (oil-based) food coloring. It can be found in Wal-Mart, typically in the party-supply/wedding planning aisle, or the arts and crafts aisle. If you cannot find this coloring in your local stores, you can order it from our Amazon affiliate link here:
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