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21 Winter Science Experiments for Kids

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If you’re looking for some fun experiments to do at home, you won’t want to miss this FREE collection of hands-on learning ideas for both indoor and outdoor science time!

Here are a few of the activities included in the download:

  • Ice-cube-sized Igloos—what’s the special “glue” that holds them together?
  • Rock Candy Sticks—what role do “seed” molecules play?
  • Bath Salts—why do they improve the effectiveness of soap?
  • Crystal Snowflakes—how do they really form?
  • Snow Globes—why do the “flakes” sink in water?
  • Sugar Scrub—how does the sweet stuff clean your skin?

Take a few minutes to download your 21 Winter Science Experiments guide now by clicking the image below!

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