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Science Experiments

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How to make skeleton leaves

New science subscription for kids with VR experience, exciting experiments and educative instructions.

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Elephant toothpaste chemistry experiment for kids

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Salt Painting Science Experiment

This Salt Painting Science Experiment is a fun way to combine art and science. It is also a visual and hands-on way for children to learn about absorption.

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Hot And Cold Balloon Kids Science Experiment

Your kids will be amazed at the effect of hot and cold water on a balloon in this easy and simple Hot and Cold Balloon Science Experiment.

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Colorful Oil and Water Science Experiment

This Oil and Water Science Experiment is so easy, pretty, fun, colorful, and interesting that families and kids of all ages are going to want to try this.

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20 Easy Science Experiments For Kids

Need some inspiration? Check out these 20 easy science experiments for kids with achievable ideas like lava lamps, walking rainbows and making a compass.

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Christmas Lava Lamp Experiment

Christmas Lava Lamp Science Experiment for Kids! This festive, easy, hands-on STEM activity is fun way to explore science this Christmas with Preschool, Kindergarten and Elementary aged kids!

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Snowstorm in a Jar Winter Science Experiment

This snowstorm in a jar is such a fun winter science experiment! It's really easy to put together and it looks so cool when it starts 'snowing'! With all the sparkly glitter, my kids said it looked like a snowglobe. They had so much fun dropping in the Alka Seltzer and watching the chemical reaction that causes the snowstorm! We're supposed to get 6 inches of snow today. I keep looking at the radar maps and looking out the window (still nothing), like it's some kind of exciting game. When is it going to start? Is it going to get

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