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How To Make Bubble Soap

You might have never thought about a recipe for bubble soap, and it may seem strange that we suggest the need for one, but your kids will have a lot of fun with this bubble soap. The most brilliant bubbles are produced from a solution of water, dish soap, and corn syrup or glycerin. Alone,

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Freezing & Melting Water Experiment

Doing simple science experiments at home can prepare your child to learn important science concepts – and the need to be patient. Careful observation and note taking are valuable school skills. What You Need 2 ice cube trays Clock Small bowls Paper and pencil Water and other liquids, such as fruit juices   Prepare for

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Measuring Shadows

What child isn’t fascinated by shadows? Take some time outside to look at the shadows around you. This is a great activity for teaching and practicing measurement skills.  This is also gives you an opportunity to talk about the rotation of the earth. What you need: Tape measure String Paper and pencil What you do:

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