5 Fun Magnet Experiments for Kids

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by Jared Reese

Whether you are homeschooling your children or just looking for some educational science activities to do with your kids, then you will love these fun magnet science experiments. You can find inexpensive magnet kits for all of these projects both in stores and online.

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Children’s Dental Emergencies and How to Handle Them

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Any emergency with a child is scary, but dental emergencies can be particularly traumatic for both children and parents. With most dental emergencies, there is a significant amount of pain, there can be a lot of blood, and there is a lot of conflicting advice for caregivers. Parents and caregivers need to know the best ways to handle dental emergencies in order to keep themselves and the child they are caring for calm and comfortable.

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How to Power a Bathtub Boat with Baking Soda and Vinegar

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My boys and I have been doing some fun science experiments with baking soda and vinegar. Last week we blew up a balloon with baking soda and vinegar. This is a similar experiment except the baking soda and vinegar reaction fuels a boat for the bathtub instead. This was a really fun experiment. Make sure to check out the YouTube video below and let my boys know what you thought of their project.

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Fueling the Engine: What to Eat Before and After Exercising

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Knowing what to eat before and after exercising can drastically amplify the results achieved by a consistent workout routine. Although many fitness fans believe fat is burned faster by exercising on an empty stomach, most experts warn against this potentially metabolism-lowering practice.

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How to Blow Up a Balloon with Baking Soda and Vinegar

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Kids love to do hands-on science experiments. My boys and I are doing different experiments with baking soda and vinegar. This experiment involves blowing up a balloon with the gas resulting from the reaction of the baking soda and vinegar. Kids of all ages will love doing this experiment. We have even included a YouTube video so you can see our experiment in action. To do this project you will need:

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