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I really love to do science activities with my kids. Sometimes we cook up elaborate science experiments and demonstrations. But other times, science can be as simple as this water bead science activity. I had no elaborate goal with this activity. I just wanted my kids to observe two water beads in different environments to see what would happen to each.
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We found two cups, and we left one cup dry while we filled the other one with water. Then we placed a blue water bead in to both cups.
Yay for simple science!
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