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Worm Maze 

Creepy Wiggly Worms!


* Gummy Worms 
*Baking Soda
*Measuring Cups and Spoons
*Clear Cups 

What To Do

1. With the help of an adult, cut a few gummy worms in half lengthwise. You may want to dust them with some baking soda so they don't stick.

2. In one cup add 1 cup water and 3 to 4 tablespoons of baking soda. Mix together.

3. Put the gummy worm in the mixture. Set a timer for 15 minutes and let the worms soak in the concoction.

4. Fill the another cup with vinegar.

5. After the 15 minutes is up remove the gummy worms from the baking soda mixture and add the worms to the vinegar! Watch what happens!

6. This experiment works because the baking soda and vinegar react, creating carbon dioxide gas. The gas creates bubbles that pull the worms up to the top of the glass, making them wiggle around!  You can try this with different ratios of baking soda to vinegar, or even different candy to see what happens! 

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Painting With Worms! 

great sensory project!

What you will need 
* Cooked and Cooled Spaghetii 
*White Paper
*Washable Paint 
*Paper Plates or something else to put the paint on. 



Have your child pick up a noodle and dip it into the paint and let them drag the "worm" across the paper!

*If you keep some noodles and let the kids use the the other half you could have a meal ready to go. I mean who doesn't like a bowl of butter noodles or add a little spaghetii sauce.  

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