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Science for Kids: Create an Under the Sea World to Explore Ocean Zones

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Chemistry Experiments For Kids | Science Experiments For Kids aspirin+ water in a jar plus darkness 4-5 days adding aspirin one a day grows the image

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Crystal Egg Geodes

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Operation Valentine: A Game, a Gift, a Lesson in Electric Circuits

Although this is created to be used around valentines day, I think this activity could be transferred to other boxes of candies to broaden is usability. This is a good way to reinforce the concept of switches and closed circuits.

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Cool Science for Kids: How to Make a Cartesian Diver

Cool Science for Kids: How to Make a Cartesian Diver! Super fun STEM activity for elementary aged students and older! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

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STEM in a Box: A simple approach to facilitating Nova Awards

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How to grow GLOWING crystals, and what to do with them once you're done! A kid's science experiment by Babes in Deutschland

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Growing Glowing Crystals - Life Lesson Plans

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Use this demonstration for Webelos Scientist activity badge requirement 1: Read Bernoulli’s principle. Show how it works. In the Webelos handbook, Bernoulli’s principle is stated as:  The pressure of a moving gas decreases as its speed increases. This demonstration could also be done in conjunction with the Science Belt Loop and Pin from the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program  as part of a discussion of the scientific method or a science experiment.

Bernoulli’s Principle Demonstration

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Bernoulli’s Principle

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