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  • Samantha Surdovel

    Capillary action your kids can see. A little science experiment fun with daisies and food colouring. #science #experiments #kids #nature

  • sydney robinson

    food colour flower

  • Helen Kwon

    capillary experiment

  • Kelly Griffin

    Science Projects For Toddlers | science experiments for kids « It's All Kid's Play

  • Kaytlyn Grant

    The students are exploring how they dye flowers through their capillaries, using food coloring. This is so neat and amazing to watch in class. This would be very intriguing for students.

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