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Explore space from your backyard this summer with fun, hands-on experiments from MSI. Use these flags to understand the distance between planets in the solar system.

great round up of summer science experiments for kids from Fun-a-Day

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Try MSI's summer science carnival activities and have fun while learning. Design and race boats for a lesson in pressure.

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Try this twist on a classic carnival game. Experiment with variables as you launch a marble down a ski jump to land in a DIY skeeball target. It's part of MSI's summer science carnival!

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Giant Bubbles Recipe - perfect summer fun for little ones. There is a "secret ingredient" that is not listed here. Click to the link to learn how to make extra large bubbles.