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Learning About the Human Body

Learning about the human body...What's inside a drop of blood? Experiment with what's in your kitchen to make a microscopic model of blood. Elementary ages, kindergarten,
Julie Kirkwood, Creekside Learning

Kitchen Science: What's inside a drop of blood?

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