STEM@Home: Elephant Toothpaste

Get your hands messy with this science activity! We call this one, “Elephant toothpaste”, so find out why. See (& feel!) the chemical reaction for yourself.

This activity comes from Johnson & Johnson, whose WiSTEM2D initiative seeks to cultivate girls’ STEM2D interests at an early age. Capture a video of the experiment and share it with us on social media! View the pdf here.

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