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How to Make Water Walk!

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How to Make Water Walk!

Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are also included to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments. You will need 5-6 plastic cups (or glass mason jars work well too) with three filled with water, red, yellow and blue color […]

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How to Make a Super Foaming Fun Magic Potion!

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How to Make a Super Foaming Fun Magic Potion!

Ask your adult assistant to help you find somewhere to set up your science lab. Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are also included to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments. We love this experiment in our house. It’s […]

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Magic Rainbow Water!

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Magic Rainbow Water!

Magic Rainbow Water Let’s learn about density! Ask your adult assistant to help you find somewhere to set up your science lab. Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are recommended to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments.   You […]

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Science Fun – Color Mixing

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Science Fun – Color Mixing

Mixing Colored Water Ask your adult assistant to help you find somewhere to set up your science lab. Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are also included to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments. First of all you need […]

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