The year 2020 is going by really fast. I can’t believe Thanksgiving is almost here. It seems like New Year’s was here just yesterday. My son and I love to do projects based on the holidays. Today we have an exciting one for you. We will show you one of our fun holiday science experiments. You will learn how to inflate a turkey using science!
This consists of using a chemical reaction to inflate a turkey. This project includes science, art, and math. The science is in the chemical reaction you will create to blow up the turkey. Your child will use their artistic skills to make the turkey from a glove. The experiment involves measuring various ingredients to make the chemical reaction, which incorporates math.
This is an all inclusive activity for kids.
We love this activity because it uses ingredients you mostly likely have in your kitchen. This is a great activity to do with the kids on Thanksgiving Day. Children will love seeing how the chemical reaction makes the turkey come alive.
Below is what’s needed for this fun Holiday Science Experiment…
Holiday Science Experiments – How To Create a Fun Turkey Blaster
If you want to try this experiment, please view the how-to video below. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.
Please note: You will see my son and I both inflating our own turkeys. However, I did something different from my son, which made a big difference in the activity.
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3 thoughts on “Holiday Science Experiments – How To Blow Up A Turkey”
This looks like fun, but how do you control the mess? (I know there will be mess when we try it…)
I put newspapers and trash bags on my table before doing this experiment. After the activity, I can gather the bags and newspapers and throw it in the trash.
This looks like a fun one! 🙂 The rubber band made a big difference! Of course he wanted to see it blow off. What kid wouldn’t?! Lol!