Ice Eggs

Ice Eggs

You'll Need

Balloons,Funnel,Water,Food Colouring
Using a funnel, partly fill balloons with water (2-3 cups is a good size)and then drop in a good a teaspoon or two of food colouring. You can mix colours for greater variety. Don't shake the balloons too much - an uneven distribution of colour in the water gives a more interesting effect. Tie off the balloon necks and place them in your freezer for a couple of days. When thoroughly frozen, peel off the balloons to reveal the colourful ice eggs and let children play with them outdoors. Air bubbles and colour will have made interesting patterns in the ice. Children enjoy touching them, melting them in a tub of water, trying to crack them etc. It's an opportunity to talk about how water freezes and melts, how colours blend, cold and hot etc. *these are not edible
 
 
 
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