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Construct a simple battery that can power a light.
Build a rubber-band-powered rolling plastic water bottle.
Different kinds of light can be used to study life.
Use your skin and different metals to create a battery.
Plunge into hydraulics with a pair of dueling syringes.
Watch the rise and fall of hot and cold fluids.
Even plants have their favorite colors.
Build a simple wind generator.
Listen to a beam of light.
Measure the efficiency of solar cells.
Explore energy transformations by rolling a marble on a track.
The energy released in earthquakes ranges over many orders of magnitude.
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