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In this math and science activity, help your middleschooler learn about proportion and measurement with just her shadow and a tape measure!
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... Duct tape What You Do: Cover any sharp edges of the pipes with duct tape. Have your child connect different lengths of pipes with different connectors to...
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... water never melts! What You Need: Taper candle Large bowl Duct tape Cigarette lighter or candle Cold water Scissors What You Do...
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... sand or salt and observe how it works. What You Need: Scissors Hole punch Duct tape Construction paper Watch or timer. Dry sand or salt 2 jars or cups...
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... acetate (available at an office supply store or craft store) Duct tape Potting soil Sand or gravel Several typical “salad vegetable” seeds: radishes...
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.... Just watch! What You Need: Empty gallon milk jug, clean and dry, with cap off Scissors Strong plastic garbage bag Duct tape Lighted...
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..., or large glass dish pan Coffee can, rinsed and dry Duct tape Plastic wrap Rubber band Sand Water Pliers Natural objects (seashells, twigs, bark...
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... Duct tape Dowel long enough to reach across your sink What You Do: Stretch a rubber band around your oatmeal container 2" from the bottom. Mark...
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..., empty plastic bottle Cardboard Pencil Scissors Hot glue gun (with an adult helper) 2 straws Heavy tapeduct or packaging tape 2 bamboo skewers...
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... Duct tape Two rubber bands Two regular balloons What You Do: These first couple of steps should be carried out by an adult, as cutting...
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... figure it out. What You Need: Bathtub Duct or electrical tape   Hot-glue gun Modeling clay Plastic soda bottle with cap (large) Plastic...
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... sound waves. What You Need: Two tin cans, tops removed Duct tape A nail A hammer String Markers, paint, glitter, felt, or other...
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... Wooden spoon for stirring Duct tape Heavy duty plastic baggies (freezer type works well) Red, yellow, and blue food coloring Stove or hot plate for adult use...
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... Scissors Ruler Pen Stickers, markers or crayons (optional) Tape (duct, packing or masking works best) Marbles Small toys that do not roll Blocks What...
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... conductivity and electricity in a hands-on way. What You Need: 9V battery 2 popsicle sticks  Glass of water Glass of salt water Masking tape Foil...
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... launching pennies across the kitchen. Who knew science could be so fun? What You Need: Two rulers Masking tape Two fat markers or highlighters Pennies...
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... Aluminum foil Cardboard Plastic comb Balloon Pencil Cellophane tape or Scotch tape Rubber cement Electrical tape Wire clippers Pliers What You Do...
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...! What You Need: Tape measure Construction paper Scissors Glue Stapler or tape Marker 2 pipe cleaners 2 pompoms What You Do...
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... Paintbrushes Glitter Paper tape Glue stick String Pencil Scissors What You Do: Instruct your child to cut a circle disc from the cardboard that all of...
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...;mountains! What You Need: 2 chairs (The kind with ladder blocks on the back of the seat.) Broom String Bucket with a handle Paper tape Scissors...

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