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The Blue’s Clues Experiment is an interactive science experiment that kids can do at home. It teaches them about the scientific process and how to think like a scientist. The experiment involves blue, her friends, and some everyday household items. The Blue’s Clues Experiment is an interactive science experiment that children can do at home. This fun STEM activity will teach kids about the scientific process and help foster their curiosity! Instructions: – Prepare for the experiment by getting together some items that are common in a house. Blue’s Clues Experiment uses things like water, spoons or measuring cups, containers (like cups and bowls), salt, sugar, food coloring, baking soda, vinegar and dish soap. You can also use funnels to make it easier to pour liquids into containers without spilling them! * Make sure you have at least two glasses of water sitting side by side as well as one container such as a cup or bowl. * Fill up one glass with “water” using tap water if possible but you may need to add ice cubes so it doesn’t spill over when you fill it all the way up. *

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