Dancing Hearts Science Experiment for Valentines Day

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Dancing Hearts Science Experiment for Valentines Day

This dancing hearts science experiment will mystify kids as they watch conversation hearts put on a show. Students in toddler, preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will observe a chemical reaction which will make the candy hearts dance. This Valentine's Day science experiment is so much fun and easy to do, and it has a cute heart theme for the holiday. Our children kept returning to this Valentine's Day science experiment!

Supplied Needed:

So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!

  • soda or carbonated water
  • conversation candy hearts
  • tumbler

How to make candy hearts dance

All you need for this activity is soda or carbonated water and conversation candy hearts. Add your carbonated drink to a glass or clear plastic cup. Then add your candy hearts. The hearts will start to dance around like silly little fish! This activity is sure to be a hit year after year!

Check out the video here: