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Science tricks

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Do you know what is monocot plant and what is dicot plant? Do you also know their difference?  #Homeschool #HomeschoolScience #HomeschoolHighSchool

Do you know what is monocot plant and what is dicot plant? Do you also know their difference? #Homeschool #HomeschoolScience #HomeschoolHighSchool

This floating dry erase marker stick man trick is awesome! Perfect science/ kids activity to try.

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Trick To Learn Periodic Table Like a Pro Free Pdf Download 2022 6

Best Free Trick To Learn Periodic Table The periodic table organizes the elements in a particular way. A great deal of information about an element can be

Why the water goes down and the beeds go up? It is all about the different density. #density #scienceproject #scienceexperiment #science #densityexperiment

This Hot Ice Experiment appears like a magic trick. You can change the liquid instantly into solid instantly. Moreover, the ice turns out to be hot but freeze. And, don't worry, it is non-toxic. #physicexperiment #scienceproject #physic #hotice

Here’s a fun science experiment that will definitely get a “wow” from the kids.  Combine baking soda and vinegar to make sodium acetate, or hot ice!  It crystalizes instantly when you pour it, allowing you to create a tower of crystals.  Since the process of crystallization is exothermic, the “ice” that forms will be hot …

Here’s a fun science experiment that will definitely get a “wow” from the kids. Combine baking soda and vinegar to make sodium acetate, or hot ice! It crystalizes instantly when you pour it, allowing you to create a tower of crystals. Since the process of crystallization is exothermic, the “ice” that forms will be hot […]