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Date Created: 09/28/16
Valentina Faulisi Public Speaking Demonstrative Speech Lava Lamp Supplies: 1. A clean liter soda bottle 2. ¾ cup of water 3. vegetable oil 4. fizzing alka seltzer tablets 5. food coloring 1. Pour the water into the bottle. 2. Use a measuring cup or funnel to slowly pour the vegetable oil into the bottle until it's almost full. You may have to wait a few minutes for the oil and water separate. 3. Add 10 drops of food coloring to the bottle (we like red, but any color will look great.) The drops will pass through the oil and then mix with the water below. 4. Break a seltzer tablet in half and drop the half tablet into the bottle. Watch it sink to the bottom and let the blobby greatness begin! 5. To keep the effect going, just add another tablet piece. For a true lava lamp effect, shine a flashlight through the bottom of the bottle. AntiGravity Galaxy Supplies: 1. Plastic Water Bottle 2. Baby Oil 3. Water 4. Food Colouring 5. Silver Glitter 1. Remove the label from the water bottle. Goo Gone will help get rid of any residue that's left. 2. Fill the bottle half full with baby oil. 3. Add silver glitter on top of the baby oil (About ½ teaspoon of glitter) 4. Add enough water to a measuring cup to fill the rest of the bottle, then add approximately 8 drops of purple food colouring and 5 drops of blue food colouring. The more food colouring you add, the opaquer your galaxy will be. 5. Mix the water and pour it into the bottle, leaving about ¾" of air space in the mouth section of the bottle. 6. Screw the lid back onto the bottle. You can seal it closed with tape or glue if you like. Shake the bottle vigorously and watch the glitter move up as it settles!
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