Ginger Zee and her kids show us how to make a ‘Fire Snake’ with this fun experiment

Ginger Zee safely sets up this flaming experiment in her backyard to make science fun and teach her kids about carbon dioxide.
4:32 | 10/27/20

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Ginger Zee and her kids show us how to make a ‘Fire Snake’ with this fun experiment
For safety bright. A front about air Audi. Is ready to do so I. And who knows how well we did it would make the fires me. Lake Harry Potter they. So here is what that means you can. Buy here with just a couple of things might have am so sand. In here we have one tablespoon of baking soda and Ford tablespoons. Of some lighter fluid a lighter. And I think. Here's the first that have later. While saying. I'm not that that was from my mommy I think a pet. Now Adrian dooming the home favorite and put that. Baking soda and show their right and at a. Like. Now I want you to tobacco apple just didn't sound makes they have apparently feel a player snake has not been asked when it. So this part can take up to ten minutes once you've licked that what happens is you've got to have the carbon dioxide that's in the baking soda. That's going to be released. And then they get past that is carbon backside is going to punish on the sugar. And it's gonna push the burn sugar out. What happens Adrian when we're doing snores what happens to nationals and they stand to lock. So this don't look a lot like your burnt marshmallow I'm. Hate me. Everybody CE bottle things a step in the puffed out his seat like Amy Reynold. Pieces of black and should and that is the beginning of the carbon dioxide. Pushing the car many out of mission right so that gas is actually lifting it up. And it's gonna start burning all together. You. It's he likes the player experiment. And it's aluminum a slower bell at first but once it starts growing it should be well altogether. I hope so I hope that I hope this and that money extend into the room and everything he. But if it does does not need to do it again I it's at the fire sync with clean come out at Brent McNabb and a a Harry Potter. Look at what for stand him back. That is. If this doesn't lack I don't know what well. And he it definitely has enough plate heat around his neck. And laborers and Kenya. We know that we use baking soda which has the crab and asked him. We released that. Right and that gas pushed done. The company of the show at the burn and so that lets up. And its exit out and we need kind. That lets play often looked beautiful thing. No thank you. And ultimately by air bridge that's if you hit it. Yeah. Those still a lot of funds and that something. That's really. That baby. Mommy has messy and again that means we had a good day.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"duration":"4:32","description":"Ginger Zee safely sets up this flaming experiment in her backyard to make science fun and teach her kids about carbon dioxide. ","mediaType":"default","section":"ABCNews/GMA","id":"73844717","title":"Ginger Zee and her kids show us how to make a ‘Fire Snake’ with this fun experiment ","url":"/GMA/Living/video/ginger-zee-kids-show-us-make-fire-snake-73844717"}