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Raising Dragons: Diving Ketchup Packet
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All you need for this experiment is a bottle of water (at least 1 liter) and a ketchup packet.

Raising Dragons: Oil and Water Art
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This activity is a beautiful combination of science and art.

Raising Dragons: Cool Illusion Using Water, a Round Glass and a Simple Drawing
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Reverse illusion – easy experiment using only a round glass or vase, some water and a simple drawing.

Raising Dragons: Super Cool Walking Water Science Experiment For Kids
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This super cool walking water science experiment is so simple to set up and is an excellent way to demonstrate capillary action and transpiration to kids.

Raising Dragons: Tie-Dye Milk
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This is one of our favorite classic experiments that never gets old!

Raising Dragons: How Strong is an Eggshell?
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This experiment is best for kids over the age of 5, but all ages can join in and have fun and learn about the strength of eggshells and why they break – or don’t.

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Raising Dragons is a site dedicated to raising strong, smart, amazing kids! 

Raising Dragons: Balloon Static Electricity Experiment
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The boys came home with balloons from the donut shop so we used them to learn about static electricity.

Raising Dragons: Delicious Density Experiment
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Here is a  fun and yummy way to demonstrate how liquids with different densities don’t mix.

Raising Dragons: Easy Napkin Cup Trick
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Easy way to teach kids about gravity and motion with just an empty cup (add water at your own risk) and a napkin or paper towel.

Raising Dragons: Liquid Density Experiment
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It’s such a great way to teach kids about the difference in densities of various liquids.

Raising Dragons: Egg in a Bottle Science Experiment
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This simple science experiment with amaze everyone and is a great lesson on air pressure.