Experiment - Christmas (3): Mary meets Elisabeth - Powerful combination
A fun science experiment using just vinegar and baking soda in a bag...
Mary was so full of thankfulness, so full of what had happened to her and so full of the Holy Spirit that something was bound to happen. It was a powerful combination.
Today we’re also going to make a powerful combination.
This activity is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on Mary meeting Elisabeth in Luke 1: 39-45 as part of our series for advent and Christmas.
View the idea below...
What you need:
bicarbonate of soda
sandwich bags that are airtight when closed (those with a zip top)
Put a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda into a piece of kitchen roll and fold it tight. Now take a sandwich bag with a zip top and pour some vinegar into it. Close the zip to halfway. Now push the folded piece of kitchen paper with bicarbonate of soda in it into the bag. Close the bag up quickly and shake It gently.
What happens when the bicarbonate of soda comes into contact with the vinegar?
Hopefully this is also a powerful combination! Maybe just as powerful as what happened to Mary.
Is something already bubbling up?
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