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  • Carrie Whittle

    "Ice Tunnels" combine ordinary salt, ice and liquid watercolors in an unforgettable art and science experiment. I'm not sure I want to buy liquid watercolors just for this; I wonder if food color would work.

  • Caitlin Willis

    Ice Tunnels: Bring on the Summer Fun! | Art & Creativity in Early Childhood Education

  • Lynn McDaniel

    Art and Creativity: Ice Tunnels: Bring on the Summer Fun! just table salt & food colors on various frozen shapes

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