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  • Heidi Andersen

    catching rainbows

  • Jennie Newberry

    Catching a Rainbow Science Experiment Color unit

  • Maureen Kees

    Observing colors mix

  • Julie Harwood

    Catching a Rainbow Science Experiment We poured a cup of milk into a bowl. Then O squeezed 3 drops of red food coloring at the top of the bowl, yellow at the bottom, and blue at the opposite side (to form a triangle). I squeezed a couple of drops of dishwashing liquid into the middle of the bowl, and we observed the changes.

  • Becky Arroyos

    Rainbow science experiment (mixing colors)- need food coloring, milk, dish soap, shallow bowl

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