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 Marshmallow Science Experiments for Boyle's Law?

Answer Boyle's Law is named after Robert Boyle, a scientist from the 1600s. He studied the relationship between volume and pressure in gases, and his work led to Boyle's Law. Boyle's Law explains an inver... Read More »
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What is the name of the kids' science TV show that opened with an animated dragon on a roller coaster from the late 1970s that featured a couple doing science experiments?

Either Lollypop Dragon which had scientific overtones - a segment on maps and globes, for example, or maybe Great Space Coaster, which came out around l980 I am going by what I see in Juvenile book... Read More »
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Beginners Science Lab Experiments?

Science doesn't have to be just for bespectacled Albert Einstein types in white lab coats -- there are a plenty of fun and interesting experiments that beginning scientists can undertake at home. W... Read More »
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Fun Homemade Science Experiments?

Whether you're home-schooling your children or are making a project for school or a science fair, homemade experiments are good ways to get children learning about science in a hands-on way. You ca... Read More »
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Liquid to Ice Science Experiments?

When we think of freezing, we typically think of water turning to ice. This process by itself is intriguing, but there are also numerous liquids in existence and each has its own freezing point, wh... Read More »
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