You had my daughter at unicorns and science experiments. If you are looking for science experiments or sensory play explorations, this unicorn science activity will provide both.
This super cool frozen unicorn fizzy science idea will be a hit with your homeschoolers. The unicorn activity is fun, it’s simple, and it’s colorful. All you will need is a few common household ingredients (i.e. baking soda, vinegar, food coloring) and VIOLA! UNICORNS.
Your kids may not fully understand what these science experiments entail, yet it introduces them to the chemical changes that pave a way to future science experiments. Kids will be able to see fizziness, eruptions, and lots of bubbles.
Check out some more unicorn activities and resources for your unicorn living homeschooler:
Unicorn Coloring Book: For Kids Ages 4-8 (US Edition)Kids Unicorn Animal Onesie One-Piece Cartoon Pajamas (New Blue 1,8-10 Years)Brusheez Kid’s Electric Toothbrush Set – Sparkle the Unicorn – New & Improved with Softer Bristles, Easy-Press Power Button, 2 Brush Heads, Cute Animal Cover, Sand Timer, Rinse Cup & Storage BaseSpooktacular Creations Child Unicorn Costume (Small) WhiteCamelBak Eddy 0.4-Liter Kids Water Bottle – Easy to Use for Kids Kids Big Bite Valve – Spill Proof- Not for Children Under 3 Years – Water Bottle for Kids – BPA-Free Water Bottle – 12 OuncesFunny Costumes Unicorn Inflatable Costume for Kid (Unicorn Rainbow Small)Thermos Funtainer 12 Ounce Bottle, Fat UnicornBentgo Kids Prints (Unicorn) – Leak-Proof, 5-Compartment Bento-Style Kids Lunch Box – Ideal Portion Sizes for Ages 3 to 7 – BPA-Free and Food-Safe Materials
Explore these easy unicorn science activities and experiments from Natural Beach Living.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!