Color Fizzers

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Product Code: 090-090

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Color Fizzers
Many science experiments are enhanced by the use of colored water. Color Fizzers tablets are completely safe, non-staining, and are the easiest way to add striking color to water.

Color Fizzers will delight your child with fizzy action and a dazzling burst of color. Includes 100 tablets in red, yellow, and blue. These primary colors allow kids to have fun (and learn) by mixing the primaries to create an unlimited rainbow of secondary colors.

From the Manufacturer:
At Steve Spangler Science, our goal is to get kids excited about science by upping the science experiment ante with the signature Steve Spangler Science “wow” factor! Everyone loves to mix colors — and everyone also loves to see the glorious fizzing bubbles that our fizzing Color Fizzers produce. With our small fizzing color tablets, you’ll be able to color up to one liter of water with one tablet. Our true color tablets come in the primary colors red, blue and yellow; they are made with pigments, non-toxic citric acid, baking soda and a binder. These water-soluble color tablets react with the water to release entertaining carbon dioxide gas, which mixes the pigments and provides kids with long-lasting fun. Best of all? Unlike messy food color additives that stain surfaces, clothing and hands, our pack of 100 fizzy tablet colors won’t stain surfaces!

What you do with that colored water is up to you! Mix and match color tablets for a color-changing experiment; create a rainbow of colors — mix up to seven colors with these three primary colors. Our true color tablets are a great after-school activity, classroom activity or color science lesson for kids of all ages.

Fizzers come in the three primary colors: blue, red, and yellow. You can mix the tablets together to create even more colors. Mix the red and blue tablets together to make a purple liquid. Combine the yellow and blue ones to create a green liquid. The possibilities are genuinely endless. Mix, match, and mix some more! Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and back to red. Mix the tablets together to create other colored concoctions and learn about the color wheel without staining your hands, desktops, or floors the way food coloring can.


Color Fizzers Activity Guide PDF

  • Fizzers come in 100 packs with an assortment of the primary colors: blue, red, and yellow
  • Fizzing tub tint tablets for true color mixing
  • 1 tablet can color up to 1 liter of water
  • Won’t stain hands or surfaces
  • Non-toxic

  • Manufacturer: Steve Spangler Science
    Count: 100 per pack
    Faith-Based: No

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

    Color Fizzers Review by Cummins Life

    review by Cummins Life

    ”Color Fizzers are certainly a fun way to teach children about the color wheel and color mixing.”

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    Diana L.

    This was a nice little add on for science. My 5 year old likes watching these fizzers and what happens when she adds the different colors together. She has a lot of fun.

    Kids love these

    These are so fun for kids and really mix well to make new color. Perfect for teaching colors and they get so excited every time. They go perfect with the preschool science kit that requires colored water and they really don’t make a mess!

    Amber G.
    So fun!

    We love the color fixers kit learning made fun!

    Lots of fun

    My toddlers always enjoy doing this activity. We put in the colors and take turns mixing colors and talking about colors until we have a muddy mess. What fun!

    Julie H.
    My Son Begs for These!

    My son loves to play with these! I've rationed them over a year from age 3 to 4 and he still loves them. He would use the whole container in one sitting if I let him! We use them with the Learning Resources Primary Science Set. I love that they do not stain even on white clothes or towels. I have also used them once or twice to entice my otherwise grumpy son to take a bath (although I think this is not recommended in the Curriculum guide).