So, you’ve got the perfect science experiment planned. It goes right along with your text. It looks easy, fun and not too gross. The kids dive right in enjoying each step of the process. They are following the directions to a “T” and you are all anticipating the results.
Then, it happens.
Or, maybe, nothing happens.
The perfect experiment doesn’t yield perfect results.
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