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  • Jaymi (Sawula) Rausch

    Gradually add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered. Easter craft.

  • Diana Cleveland

    Brilliant Easter Idea - Gradually add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered

  • BreAnna Houss

    Gradient Easter eggs. Put dye in cup so bottom third of egg is covered. After a few minutes add water until half the egg is covered. Repeat until whole egg is covered. Good science project for kids! Explains the basics of dilution

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