Sid the Science Kid shows us how to make Elephant Toothpaste

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CLEVELAND-- Sid the Science Kid is a popular children's television show on PBS.

He's in Cleveland for the weekend and is appearing at The Children's Museum.

Kids can meet Sid on Saturday and Sunday between noon and 2 p.m.

Sid and his friends will perform science experiments that celebrate kid's natural curiosity about science in everyday life.

Sid the Science Kid's Magical Experiments is free with paid admission to The Children's Museum.

Sid stopped by the Fox 8 studios to teach Todd and Autumn how to make Elephant Toothpaste.

If kids want to try this experiment at home they'll need:

  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Dish Soap
  • Food Coloring
  • Yeast
  • Water

Sid suggests trying this experiment in the sink or the bathtub, so you won't make a mess.

 

 

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