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The Kitchen Pantry Scientist has many fun projects kids will love

All you need is a few things from your pantry and craft drawer to throw together some serious science fun.

EDINA, Minn. — Liz Heinecke, also known as the Kitchen Pantry Scientist, has a passion for science and aims to show everyone, ages three to 93, that anyone can have fun playing with science at home.

She uses common household items including glue, baking soda, coffee filters and drinking straws to create fun science experiments that can easily be done at home.

Find a large list of her experiments, as well as her books at https://kitchenpantryscientist.com/.

You can also check out her youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/kitchpantryscientist.

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