Nestle Family Summer Block Party: The Final Day!

I hope you have all had a great time at the Nestle Family Summer Block Party! I know I have loved checking out all the great summer tips from participating bloggers!

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On this last day of the party, I thought I would leave you will one final backyard science experiment you can try with the kids.  This lesson in density of liquids can be found at the Science is Fun website!

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Several unopened cans of regular soda of different varieties, several unopened cans of diet soda of different varieties, a large aquarium/sink/ice chest, and water.

Fill the aquarium or sink almost to the top with water. Place a can of regular soda into the water. Make sure that no air bubbles are trapped under the can when you place it in the water. Does it sink or float? Repeat the experiment with a can of diet soda. Does it sink or float?

Why does one can sink, and the other can float?

The cans of soda have exactly the same volume, or size. But their density differs due to what is dissolved in the soda. Regular soda contains sugar as a sweetener. If you look at the nutrition facts on a can of regular soda, you will notice that it contains sugar…a lot of sugar. In some cases a 12 ounce can of regular soda will contain over 40 grams of sugar. Diet sodas, on the other hand, use artificial sweeteners such as aspartame. These artificial sweeteners may be hundreds of times sweeter than sugar, which means that less than a few grams of artificial sweetener is used in a can of diet soda. The difference in the amount of dissolved sweeteners leads to a difference in density. Cans of regular soda tend to be more dense than water, so they sink. Cans of diet soda are usually less dense than water, so they float.

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The Grand Finale of the Block Party will certainly reward you for following along!  Today’s prize package includes the following:

An assortment of Nestle Family coupons for FREE products such as JUICY JUICE®, OVALTINE®, EDY’S®/DREYER’S®, CARNATION® Breakfast Essentials, WONKA®, STOUFFER’S®, NESQUIK®, TOLL HOUSE® Refrigerated Cookie Dough, TOLL HOUSE® Morsels, and DRUMSTICK® Sundae Cones plus….

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The Block Party is sponsored by Nestle Family.  I was compensated for participating in this series, but all opinions remain 100% mine.

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  1. Mary B. says:

    What kid didn’t enjoy making the volcano and having it explode? Every kid loves that one. Only mothers hate it because we have to clean up the explosion which gets everywhere!

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  3. the only one I can remember is the classic (and very useful!) baking soda & vinegar ‘explosion’ (either is a great cleaner…just don’t use them together unless you are ready for the mess… lol) {{if ya have no idea what I’m talking about… pour some baking soda in the sink and add vinegar… it’s safe and a pretty good drain opener to boot…}

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  7. I remember us making rockets out of soda bottles in science class, that was certainly the most memorable.

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  8. My son’s favorite experiment so far has been his rotting bananas. He came up with the idea himself and he won 1st place with it. I was very proud of him because he did the majority of the project himself with just a little assistance from dad.

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  12. I loved building the working volcano.

  13. My kids favorite lesson so far is growing a plant from seed and recording the progress. They are really young so that has been the only project we have done this far. I always thought those volcano projects were cool.

  14. Maureen says:

    The science project I did one year was to measure the speed that items fell from a certain distance to the floor. To compare and contrast.

  15. My favorite science product as a child was building a volcano.

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  22. My favorite science project was the volcano with lava oozing out of it. My children enjoyed doing the same one, years later.

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  26. Neat experiment you shared…I had no idea! I don’t remember any experiments, but I remember some of the science projects we had to do. My favorite was buidling a model of the solar system out of styrofoam balls. Thanks!
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  28. Sandy S says:

    My favorite science project has to be the volcano…my dad actually helped me make a volcano, we put it on a huge piece of plywood and painted it, then put the baking soda/vinegar in there and watch it explode!

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  33. 216amyc says:

    I once did a project for a science fair on mold growth as a kid. That was interesting and gross. We also would grow our own rock candy at home- it was supposed to show you crystallization.

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  38. courtney says:

    hmm favorite science project was building mixing with all the cool chemicals, or maybe dissecting! gross right? lol

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  46. Amber G says:

    My favorite science project was where I delved into the mysteries of antarctica and different life forms on the continent!

  47. My daughter learned about rocketry and flight this past year in 5th grade, and at the end of the year they each got to set off their own rocket…very cool!

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  54. Jacquelyn Cannon says:

    My favorite science project as a child was entitled “What Makes Mold Grow”.

  55. My favorite was pouring vinegar on baking soda for a volcano.

  56. Stephanie V. says:

    the good ole erupting volcano – I loved it as a kids and the kids loved doing it to
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  57. Alicia Webster says:

    I never had to do a science project (thank goodness, because I hated science), and my kids aren’t in school yet. But when I was in high school, I took Earth Science and I liked learning about clouds and rocks.

  58. Betty Nations says:

    My favorite science project was growing seeds (some in sunlight, some in dark closet, etc)

  59. Katherine says:

    We did some litmus tests and whether acidic or not

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  66. Nadine L says:

    My favorite science experiment as a kid was making Slime, my daughter loved that one too
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    My favorite science project was in the 7th grade and we had to build a working model of a volcano.

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  75. I always liked to do the ice cube in a full glass of water experiment. And also relighting a candle wick with a match from following the smoke trail! Fun stuff!

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  76. i liked the volcano and the tornado in a bottle

  77. Kelly Ann T. says:

    My favorite science project was the one I did on molds and fungus.

  78. Jennifer B says:

    My favorite science project as a kid was when we had to make our own boats to race. I didn’t win, but it was fun.

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  81. I hated science projects in school. I loved science class, but I hated the projects. But I love showing my children some of the neat things you can do with science. We’ve done the exploding Volcano at home, and one I really like is dissolving the egg shell in vinegar.

  82. Jennifer h says:

    I can’t remember my favorite, but I can sure remember the most hated. Disecting a frog!!! eeek!

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  91. I always loved the volcanoes with baking soda and vinegar.

  92. My favorite science project as a kid was makeing a active volcano.

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  99. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    While attending science camp at Oregon State University last summer, my son did an experiment that separated atoms to create alternate energy (that’s how my 11yo worded it–I don’t know anything about science!)

  100. My grandsons favorite lesson was drawing the planets in our galaxy system.
    It took him many hours and he learned so much and was so eager to learn more.

  101. egg frying was my favorite in the summer

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  110. The Volcano vinegar and baking soda

  111. My favorite project was the volcano erupting! I’ve done it since with my son and he enjoyed it as much as I did.

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    I liked making a replica of the solar system. My kids loved making a working volcano.

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  118. sheila k. says:

    My favorite science project was a collection and presentation of fossils, rocks, and minerals. My father was a brick and stone mason, and he found several wonderful fossils when he struck stones open to build fireplaces or fences. There was a large, beautiful fish and a delicate fern that were my favorites. I also included some rose quartz I found in the mountains behind my great aunt’s home — she had cabins on her property and Louis L’Amour used to go there to write some of his stories. There was so much rose quartz and fool’s gold around that my brothers and sisters and I could just pick pieces of the beautiful stones out of the side of the mountain behind her home. Such fond memories!

  119. Elizabeth DeHart says:

    We made volcanoes with mentos and coke with our daughter last year. Strange but it worked 🙂

  120. My little one loves learning about rainbows.

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  124. I am not sure you would call it a science project, but we tried frying an egg on the sidewalk and then on the car. Yup, the egg on the car got us in trouble:)

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  129. Rebecca Graham says:

    I made a volcano that spewed. Don’t remember how I did it. It was so long ago.

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  131. I don’t remember exactly how we did it, but my favorite was when we grew crystals on a piece of coal.

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  134. I did a science project on Sea Monkeys (brine shrimp). I hatched them and cared for them and did research and a whole long writeup about it.

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    We did the Egg Floatation project.

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    I loved making volcanos, I was great at those!

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  180. My favorite was the volcano my dad and I made for my fifth grade class, it actually spewed “lava”.

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  190. Margaret Smith says:

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  197. brandy nelson says:

    My favorite science experiment was the whole mentos in diet coke geyser….It really works!

  198. Tracy Robertson says:

    In junior high the whole class got to climb a local mountain to study the plant and butterfly life native to the area. That was a lot of fun!

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  200. My favorite science project as a child was a geography presentation we had to do in the 3rd grade. We go to draw from a bag full of pieces of paper with states written on them, and I drew South Carolina (which excited me because that is the state where I was born). It was fun to learn about my state, draw maps, and write the report. I was a proud geek then and I’m a proud geek now! 🙂

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  205. linda s says:

    i loved any science project that involved fire… I particularly enjoyed making caramel in a test tube

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  207. I once made 1/4 scale working robot as a science project in school. That was by far my best and favorite!

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    I liked it when we grew beans in plastic bags. I remember that mine grew the slowest.

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  221. I was a huge fan of “volcanos” in the kitchen. It had a certain mad-scientist quality to it.

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  264. My favorite science project as a child was the one I did on optical illusions! I remembering doing the research and pasting a bunch of pictures of optical illusions to a big poster, but not much of the actual presentation. But the optical illusions were sure fun. 🙂

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  327. My favorite science project as a child was creating a volcano that actually spewed “lava”!

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  349. christopher h says:

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  409. Jennifer Short says:

    I liked growing pumpkin seeds in test tubes until they got too big. We watched the roots grow. 🙂

  410. brenda helgeson says:

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    My favorite childhood science project was disecting a frog!

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  429. Adrienne Gordon says:

    My kids has been the mentos and diet coke experiment.

  430. My kids are still young, so right now they are fascinated with experiments involving water that is liquid, frozen and steam.

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  439. EMMA L HORTON says:

    MY SON IS/WAS VERY INTERESTED IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM…HE TRIED TO MAKE A MODEL ONE YEAR AND IT WAS VERY GOOD

  440. Elaine L. says:

    My daughters favorite science project was when she built a rain gauge in school and brought it home to measure the rainfall.

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    made a soler display of the earth moon sun and other planets

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  448. My favorite science experiment was the erupting volcano! The kids like any science experiment that involves learning about insects, lol. Thanks!

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  456. My partner and I made a valcano for our science experiment at school when I was younger.

  457. Nanette O says:

    I made a paper mache volcano for a science project as a child. It was great fun at the time.

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  459. My fave science project had to be the volcano!

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    My favorite was when my teacher showed us how explosive Hydrogen was by letting a balloon full of it go up to the ceiling and put a lit match on a stick to it.

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    My kids and I like any science experiment in which mixing two things together makes a bubbling concoction, like those volcano science experiments.

  469. tracy davis says:

    When I made a papier mache (spelling) of the solar system

  470. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    I am too old to have done science projects-my son’s favorite was comparing various brands of microwave popcorn to see which one popped the most kernels. He got an A! Thanks!

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  478. Bacallsmom says:

    I’m truly science challenged, and I managed to avoid practically all science classes/projects as a child. Oddly enough, I took a Physics class in college and got an A, but I didn’t recall what projects I did. For some reason, physics is the only kind of science I understand, and I was absolutely amazed at how well I did understand it.

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    I honestly can’t remember any science projects that I liked. I always hated science; but I loved math, English, and history.

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  484. Kimberly says:

    my favorite science project i ever did was one where u had to put a gummi bear in a test tube w/ some chemical and heat it and it made colored smoke. very cool.

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    my favorite science project i ever did was one where u had to put a gummi bear in a test tube w/ some chemical and heat it and it made colored smoke. very cool.

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  489. Ellie W says:

    The only science project I remember from school was when we all had to make our own terrariums. It was fun and interesting.

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  496. kelly wakefield says:

    I have had to do a science research project on Portuguese Man-O-Wars – I learned a lot from that!

  497. Suzanne K says:

    My daughter’s favorite science project was a project on mascara – which mascara would grow mold (no introduced contaminants, just as is) fastest and/or most…. made me really glad I don’t wear it anymore!

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  499. Jamie S. says:

    I loved goiing to the beach with my marine biology class and collecting parasites to study under the microsope.

  500. My favorite science experiment was when I had to make a volcano. I thought that was really fun!

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    I liked making the solar system with the different size styrofoam balls it was fun

  509. Shelley Johnson says:

    My favorite science project was the Volcano project where we created a volcano with baking powder and vinegar.

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  545. My daughter did a project she called “Paper verses Plastic.” She loaded cans of veggies into paper and plastic grocery bags until they broke to see which was the strongest. The paper actually was the stronger of the two.

  546. Steven W says:

    My favorite science project was collecting a variety of insects and writing a short description about each one.

  547. Cynthia C says:

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  575. My dad and I did a science experiment on mold using different foods. It was GROSS but also fun. 🙂

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  589. I made a volcano when I was a kid. It was a fun project between 3 close friends.

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  597. supamonkey77 says:

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    hmmmmm its been a loooooonnnnnnng time! I think maybe we had to make a volcano or something. Hard to remember that far back!

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  642. April J says:

    My daughters favorite science project was the solar system

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  644. My favorite science projects when I was a child was to see how many different kinds of animals that I could get my parents to buy me! They bought me a dog, 2 cats, 3 pet rats, 2 parakeets, fish, ducks, chickens, and of course goldfish and a few bettas (Chinese fighting fish).

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  659. Deborah R says:

    I know this is corny but my favorite science project as a child was germanating seeds.

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  664. Christine says:

    making the solar system

  665. Daniel M says:

    i always like the exploding volcano

  666. Making a periodic table for class reference.

  667. The water and oil in a bottle not mixing was fun. 🙂

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    I hate to say it but my fave was the old erupting volcano…The whole class worked on it, paper mache’ed it, painted it, then set the jar inside with baking soda and red food coloring.
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  699. when I was young the project I remember most was creating a roller coaster for a small metal marbel and doing the physics calcs to make it travel the right speed and hit a tuna can across the room.

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    My kids love planting seeds and watching them grow. They also claim they can make hair dye out of markers, but we won’t talk about that incident.

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    My favorite science project was making a model of the solar system. So far, my granddaughter has loved making an exploding volcano. She loved the giant mess that it made!
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  716. My fav project was a volcano I made with my grandma! Great memories!

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    I did a leaf collection as a kid and I won 3rd place in the science fair. I had over 100 different kinds of leaves.

  727. LINDA HEFFERNAN says:

    My favorite science project was building a computer from a kit. This was in 1970

  728. Shelley Mitchell says:

    My favorite and hardest project was to make a bridge out of toothpicks strong enough to hold a 3 pound weight!

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  731. We made rockets using 2 liter soda bottles and air pumps. We put water and a cork in the bottle and used an air pump to add pressure and when the pressure got to a point the rocket flew (and got everybody wet)

  732. Monique Rizzo says:

    I made an actual working volcano.
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  739. My favorite science project as a child was bug collecting! I loved looking at the different insects, which were often beautiful.

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  743. I know it’s disgusting but we got a grossoligy kit or something like that, and my brothers and I made fake vomit & poop to put on the floor & freak out my mom. HEY, YOU AKSED!!!! Sorry… 😛

  744. Kathy Scott says:

    I did a ph test on shampoo.

  745. My son’s favorite science project was devising something so where you dropped an egg from a certain height the egg wouldn’t break

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  747. Brittney House says:

    My favorite scince fair project was an experiment on what stains teeth the fastest and the worst..

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  769. I was always a fan of the homemade volcanos!

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    I loved doing a project on poison dart frogs.

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  774. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    You had to love the volcano of baking soda and vinegar

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    My favorite was the model rocket with mentos candies! It’s easy to do and a great project for my kids!

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  787. Gail Crawford says:

    My favorite science project was a volcano with lava running down it.

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    My favorite science project was making a volcano.

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  791. My favorite science project was back when in grammar school when I made a volcano.

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    My favorite science project I did was in 10th grade biology. We let chicken eggs sit in water to simulate a healthy growing fetus, a chicken egg in alcohol to simulate a fetus exposed to alcohol, and a chicken egg in corn syrup to simulate a fetus exposed to an unhealthy diet. It was really interesting! Thanks for the contest! codisweepstakes2 (@) gmail(dot)com

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  834. My favorite science project for school, when I was little, was making a volcano out of flour, salt and red food coloring…it wouldn’t stay up. It kept saging. lol

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  835. Linda Lansford says:

    Cutting up frogs was fun

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  856. Ed Nemmers says:

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  859. My brother and I hand a science kit that had an experiment where we could turn a soild into a liquid and then back again. We LOVED that one! I also really enjoyed doing the old “volcano” where you put baking soda into vinegar. Anything messy like that was something I considered fun!

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  896. Jacqueline Rosario says:

    My favorite science project was turning water into rainbow colors in a glass using sugar, water and food coloring, but it worked in the exact order of the rainbow and didnt clash within one another

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    My favorite thing I did in science class was we got to go on a field trip to actually take part in an archeology dig. I had a blast

  899. Angela Winesburg says:

    I loved the old volcano with baking soda and vinegar, I did that in the 1st grade and it was fun to set off, thanks!

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  901. Paula Hafner says:

    We raised baby chicks from eggs in the 6th grade. That was really cool. I did refuse to eat chicken or eggs for a few weeks but got over that.

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  904. Tonya Dean says:

    So far it’s been the volcano. She loved it and I was stuck cleaning up the mess (as always) lol.

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