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  • Tricia F

    Come Together Kids: Kids' Crafts and Activities-- lots of crafts and science experiments for kids!

  • Dawna M

    exploding bag experiment

  • Brittany Helene

    A science experiment certain to get a smile and squeal from your little one! Come Together Kids uses baking soda, vinegar, and water to create an Exploding Sandwich Bag experiment.

  • Heather Bracewell

    science party Come Together Kids: Exploding Sandwich Bag experiment

  • Susan Smith

    Exploding Sandwich bag experiment. Other cool science experiments for kids too.

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