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    Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again!

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    • Jessica Kowalski

      Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again! Great science fair project. I may be using this for a science lesson!

    • Rachel Schleucher

      Seven Layer Density Column - shake it up then watch them separate. FUN science experiment for the kiddos.

    • j a y m i e

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    • samantha shaw

      Seven Layer Density Column: Shake it up and watch it separate again... science project? time out timer?

    • Clara Rudewick

      Good for focusing children. Shake it up and watch it separate again! science project? Awesome density experiment! Makes the one I did in school look sad. I wonder if the colors would mix...

    • Mia Playa

      A great density experiment for the classroom or even at home #science #experiments #density

    • Brenda Kellam

      Shake it up and watch it separate again! science project? COOL! Sensory bottles?

    • Danielle Knight

      density column for a science lesson

    • Jamie Ishdos

      Density bottle project :)

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