IVORY SOAP (microwave) EXPERIMENT!  Watch a bar of soap expand to 6 times its size in a minute and a half! - Happy Hooligans

They put a bar of soap in the microwave. Now... Watch what happens!

IVORY SOAP (microwave) EXPERIMENT! Watch a bar of soap expand to 6 times its size in a minute and a half! - Happy Hooligans

Could make a fun kid project

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Microwaving Ivory soap is a fun project that won't hurt your microwave, but it will make your whole house smell soapy clean. Step 1. Place on a microwave safe plate in the center of the oven. Step 2. Cook the bar of soap on HIGH for 2 minutes. Don't take your eyes off the bar of soap as it begins to expand and erupt into beautiful puffy clouds. Be careful not to overcook your soap souffle.

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Microwaving Ivory soap is a fun project that won't hurt your microwave, but it will make your whole house smell soapy clean. Step 1. Place on a microwave safe plate in the center of the oven. Step 2. Cook the bar of soap on HIGH for 2 minutes. Don't take your eyes off the bar of soap as it begins to expand and erupt into beautiful puffy clouds. Be careful not to overcook your soap souffle.

Ivory bar soap microwaved for 2 minutes, then but in blender with a little water then into molds for shaped soap

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Ivory bar soap microwaved for 2 minutes, then but in blender with a little water then into molds for shaped soap

Make your own soaps with microwaved Ivory Soap and liquid watercolours.

Make your own soaps with microwaved Ivory Soap and liquid watercolours.

Cool sensory play and science with soap slime made from Ivory soap and the microwave ivory soap science experiment. Fun science for preschool and kindergarten age kids. Borax Free. No liquid starch needed. Messy sensory play for kids.

Soap Slime Recipe Ivory Soap Experiment Microwave

Cool sensory play and science with soap slime made from Ivory soap and the microwave ivory soap science experiment. Fun science for preschool and kindergarten age kids. Borax Free. No liquid starch needed. Messy sensory play for kids.

Ivory soap - You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this

Summer Fun: Microwaved Ivory Soap

Ivory soap - You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this

microwave Ivory soap. Great science experiment!

Summer Fun: Microwaved Ivory Soap

microwave Ivory soap. Great science experiment!

craziest at-home experiment WE ever did: microwaved Ivory soap and made our own soap molds. . . have you tried it?!

soap dough, soap molds, crazy cool fun with soap

craziest at-home experiment WE ever did: microwaved Ivory soap and made our own soap molds. . . have you tried it?!

Liquid Hand Soap Recipe (1) 8 oz. bar of Ivory soap, grated Note:  if …you can also stick it in a food processor or blender, you can melt soap in the microwave, 2 Tablespoons glycerin (found in pharmacy. It’s over-the-counter) 1 gallon water (doesn’t HAVE to be distilled, but using distilled or purified water will make the soap more effective and keep it smelling fresher, longer.) Then you will have approximately 1 gallon of some of the nicest liquid hand soap you've ever used.

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Liquid Hand Soap Recipe (1) 8 oz. bar of Ivory soap, grated Note: if …you can also stick it in a food processor or blender, you can melt soap in the microwave, 2 Tablespoons glycerin (found in pharmacy. It’s over-the-counter) 1 gallon water (doesn’t HAVE to be distilled, but using distilled or purified water will make the soap more effective and keep it smelling fresher, longer.) Then you will have approximately 1 gallon of some of the nicest liquid hand soap you've ever used.

Microwave Ivory Soap - Cool Science Experiment. Love using this for talking about Rock Brain and flexible thinking.

Microwave Ivory Soap - Cool Science Experiment. Love using this for talking about Rock Brain and flexible thinking.

Ivory Soap Experiment {in the microwave} ~ Simple Science for kids.   All you need is Ivory Soap and a microwave!

Ivory Soap Experiment {in the microwave} ~ Simple Science for kids. All you need is Ivory Soap and a microwave!

IVORY SOAP (microwave) EXPERIMENT! Watch a bar of soap expand to 6 times its size in a minute and a half! - Happy Hooligans

They put a bar of soap in the microwave. Now... Watch what happens!

IVORY SOAP (microwave) EXPERIMENT! Watch a bar of soap expand to 6 times its size in a minute and a half! - Happy Hooligans

With summer here and school out, it is time to hunt for things that will not only keep your kids busy, but also teach them creativity, as you will find kids often complain about being bored without an activity in front of them. In order to help you, we’ve gathered these simple and fun crafts [...]

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With summer here and school out, it is time to hunt for things that will not only keep your kids busy, but also teach them creativity, as you will find kids often complain about being bored without an activity in front of them. In order to help you, we’ve gathered these simple and fun crafts [...]

Ivory Soap microwave experiment is so easy for kids in preschool and kindergarten. They will have a ton of fun while learning a little bit of science!

Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment

Ivory Soap microwave experiment is so easy for kids in preschool and kindergarten. They will have a ton of fun while learning a little bit of science!

Fun science project for kids: You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this. (More on click through.)

Summer Fun: Microwaved Ivory Soap

Fun science project for kids: You may recall that Ivory soap floats in water. The reason for that is that unlike other soap, it has a a bunch of air whipped into it. This is important because when you microwave it, all those tiny air bubbles expand and make your soap look like this. (More on click through.)

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