You need about 3 pounds of dry ice, gloves, and a hammer to get started.
|This experiment you warm up a quarter in your hands and stick it in the dry ice. It makes the quarter dance and it also makes a buzzing sound! We call it dancing quarters!|
|If you add a piece of dry ice in a film canister, put the lid on, and shake it- the pressure causes the lid to fly off! The kids LOVE this one.|
|If you add water and soap in a cup with a chunk of dry ice, it will bubble up and overflow. Then, if you pop the bubbles, the dry ice smoke comes out. You can also add food coloring.|
|By putting a piece of dry ice inside of a balloon, the balloon blows up!|