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No matter how old you are, there’s just something cool about seeing things fluoresce under ultraviolet light.
May the fourth be with you! Make some portion bread and explore kitchen science with this recipe from a galaxy far, far away.
What if we told you that you could turn an ordinary raw egg into a “silver” egg? Wouldn’t that be am-EGG-zing?
Looking for an egg-cellent way to explore osmosis and acid-base chemical reactions? This is a fun kitchen activity that takes time, not thyme, and a couple of things you can probably find at home.
Imagine holding an eggshell in your hand, then suddenly bending it to fit flat between your two closed hands without breaking. Wouldn’t that be eggs-treme?!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We asked Annie, our programs camp manager, what she’s doing to keep her spirits up when she’s missing the spring break campers who were supposed to be at SMO this week.