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Lego Science: An Ice Excavation Experiment

A Lego Science Experiment sure to entertain any Lego learner. Explore with Ice, salt and attempt to excavate your Legoman from the icy glacier.

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  • Science Kiddo

    We did a density jar for Halloween that really didn't turn like I thought it would. I'll have to give it another try.

  • Chavel Whethers

    I will make at home first, to make sure I do it right, and then I will make it on St. Patricks Day...

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  • Allen Walker

    This is cool an all but the real question is can I eat it after the experiment?

  • Bri ✌

    I mean I guess you could eat it? maybe.. you'd probably just feel a little sick or something after. idk tho id be way to grossed out to eat it lol .-.

  • Allen Walker

    I may try it. Either way it looks fun.

  • Savannah Ortega

    So is that yellow egg looking thing an egg?? what happened to the shell????

  • Sophia Jackson

    The shell broke off. I did this for science class and it was really fun. It felt like a bag made of jello when you touched it

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