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Use agar cubes to investigate how size impacts diffusion.
Construct a simple battery that can power a light.
Make yogurt from yogurt.
Polarized light reveals stress patterns in clear plastic.
Watch water boil at room temperature.
Soap bubbles float on a cushion of carbon dioxide gas.
Create giant bubbles!
Use soap film to model a cell membrane.
Store up an electric charge, then make sparks.
"Cold" metal and "warm" wood may be the same temperature.
As René Descartes (almost) said, "I sink, therefore I am."
Make a conductivity meter and let your electrolytes shine.
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