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11 St. Patrick’s Day Science Experiments for Kids

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When they’re not having fun finding pots of gold or searching for leprechauns, your little learners will love trying out some St. Patrick’s Day science experiments! From rainbows to shamrocks, there is so much to learn from the icons surrounding St. Patrick’s Day. Keep reading to see our roundup of fun and easy science experiments for kids.

Make Some Leprechaun Slime

Learn about viscosity by making your own leprechaun slime complete with gold flakes! 

photo: Amber Guetebier Make a Leprechaun Trap

Bust out your STEM hats and get to planning how you are going to catch

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