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    • Camp Winacka and Camp Whispering Oaks

      Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain. This is a great science activity that can be adapted to all ages. The woman who writes this blog provides great ideas on how to make play time/programming intentional.

    • Lisa Ward

      Learn with Play at home: Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain

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    • Katie Hurst

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    • Rebecca Trimbath

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