Have you ever seen a raisin dance? We have! Do you want to know how to make raisins dance? We would love to share it with you as a part of this ongoing series on simple science experiments for kids. Are you excited? Let’s go!
Note: If the raisins don’t start dancing in a couple of minutes, add more vinegar or move the raisins a bit with the help of a stirrer.
Disclaimer: These are meant for preschool children and hence we have avoided getting into the details of the experiment. The idea is to make it fun and make children think.
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