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16 Comments

  1. Tores

    Good write-up. I definitely love this website.

    Stick with it!

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    • Thanks a lot. It’s a new site (so far) and we’re having lots of fun. We really appreciate your support. x

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    • Thank you so much!

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    • Thanks Ezra, that’s so sweet of you!

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  4. Flora Isaacs

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  7. tessadoi

    Keep this going please, great job!

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  8. Carolyn

    Thank you for your exciting, educational and easy-to-follow experiments and activities. I help run a boys’ club (ages 7 to 11) and we are always looking for activities which will make their brains work harder while their hands have a bit of fun! I am looking forward to receiving your emails with more of these science activities.

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  9. Ann

    You take experiments from Home Lab App in Google play

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    • I haven’t heard of that app, so no, I haven’t taken any of their experiments. Although, many of them are ‘common’ science experiments that are available in many science textbooks and the like, so there’s likely to be unintentional double up.

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  10. Angela Apicelli

    is there a way to print the snowflake activity directions without having to print 20 pages? Thanks!

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    • Ah, yes, I’m working on adding an easy ‘print instructions’ feature. sorry it’s not up and running yet, but watch this space!

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