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Fun Way to Fill a Balloon Ch 3: Chemical Reactions Real Science-4-Kids: Chemistry

Fun Way to Fill a Balloon

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply-kid science project

How to inflate two balloons

Last minute DIY balloon ideas

Last minute DIY balloon ideas for birthday parties and more using dollar store supplies that will make your party rock. Easy DIY balloon tutorials for kids.

baby shower game. Guess how many animal crackers are in the bottle.

baby shower game. Guess how many animal crackers are in the bottle.

building the body of the alligator

Alligator Affirmation Box – Showing Kids Love

building the body of the alligator

Instead of spending money on helium balloons, you can buy balloon sticks. How did I not know this?

Instead of spending money on helium balloons, you can buy balloon sticks. Also great for a outdoor balloon arrangement.

You could make any shape, letter, or number. You could even frame it as art instead of putting a toothpick in it as a cake topper.

Confetti Cake Toppers

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Use golf tees to stake balloons to the ground! Use balloons staked into the ground with golf tees to make a balloon pathway as well. Magical effect-Such a good idea for any type of party or photo shoot!

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