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Hungry for fresh, exciting science activities based in amazing phenomena? Science Snacks are hands-on, teacher-tested, and use cheap, available materials.
Get Bach to the fundamentals.
Make your own mix-n-match markers to produce a rainbow of colors.
The attraction and repulsion of magnets produces entrancing, unpredictable motion.
Rotating water has a curved surface.
This density column always returns to its original three layers.
Wield electrons and protons to roll cans.
Magnets can affect things that aren’t magnetic.
Stain your clothes on purpose.
Use agar cubes to investigate how size impacts diffusion.
This stuff can't make up its mind -- is it a liquid or a solid?
Keep your meat moist by adding water.
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