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Raising Dragons: Tornado in a Bottle Experiment
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For this simple experiment we recommend using a tornado tube but you can also make a version using a washer and duct tape.

Raising Dragons: Straw Wrapper Worms Experiment
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For this simple activity, all you need is a straw with a wrapper and some water.

Raising Dragons: Super Simple Oobleck Sidewalk Paint
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Oobleck is one of the coolest substances for kids to experiment with, but did you know you can also use it to make sidewalk paint? 

Raising Dragons: Magic Paper Experiment
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For this experiment, ball up some paper and place in a small glass.

Raising Dragons: Secret Message on a Banana
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Here’s a fun way to write secret messages!

Raising Dragons: Corn Syrup Viscosity Experiment
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For this cool experiment you need corn syrup, 2 glass containers, food coloring and a dropper.

Raising Dragons: Shaving Cream Rain Clouds
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Shaving cream rain clouds is a fun, simple science experiment to teach kids a little about the weather (or just have lots of fun mixing colors and watching them fall through the shaving cream and into the water).

Raising Dragons: Patriotic Skittles Experiment with Water
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This simple experiment with skittles and water is so simple to set up and perfect for July 4th, Memorial Day or any patriotic holiday!

Raising Dragons: Homemade Bubble Solution
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Super simple recipe to make your own bubble solution at home.

Raising Dragons: Lemon Volcano Experiment
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The entire experiment is a lot less messy than a baking soda and vinegar explosion, and it teaches chemical reactions all the same.

Raising Dragons: Oobleck – Corn Starch Goo
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Oobleck (or oblec) is one of our favorite science experiment substances to make!

Raising Dragons: Halloween Magic Milk Science Experiment
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We wanted to give one of our favorite science experiments a Halloween twist.