And while I'm sure all you moms and dads are already well aware of this, it just wouldn't be an experiment without our objectives and equations. Shoot if you want to get even more scientific, have the kids make hypotheses (guesses) as to what color will result each time before you combine them.
The Fizzy Colors Experiment
PRIMARY COLORS: Blue, Red & Yellow
*6 clear glassses filled about halfway with water.
*either red, blue and yellow food coloring or bath fizzies (which you can find in the bath section at the grocery store)
*something to stir the water with
BLUE + RED = PURPLE
BLUE + YELLOW = GREEN
|BLUE = GREEN!|
|So excited to see his new colors MAGICALLY appear!|