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    Green Pennies

    Kids, how would you like to turn your nice shiny copper-colored pennies into green ones? All you need is a saucer, a paper towel, vinegar, and 3-5 pennies. Please note: All chemicals and experiments can entail an element of risk, and no experiments should be performed without proper adult supervis...

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    Dancing Raisins

    Kids, would you like to make your own "dancing California raisins" by using chemistry? All you need are two clear plastic cups, one filled with water and the other filled with a cold, clear soda like 7-Up. And raisins of course. Please note: All chemicals and experiments can entail an element of r...

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    The Naked Egg

    Kids, do you want to try to remove the shell from a raw egg, without breaking it? Please note: All chemicals and experiments can entail an element of risk, and no experiments should be performed without proper adult supervision. First, place a raw egg in a 1-pint glass jar with a lid (mason jar, ...

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    Ocean in a Bottle

    Ollie is a handyman, The greatest one around. He makes toys from odds and ends And sells them by the pound. While walking by the ocean, And looking at the waves, Ollie had a great idea - A toy that would get raves! Please note: All chemicals and experiments can entail an element of risk, and no...

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