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February 12, 2017. Project Achievement - Georgia 4-H (http://www.georgia4h.org/projectachievement/senior. html)
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February 20, 2017. Science of Eggs: Egg Science | Exploratorium (http://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/eggs/eggscienc e.html)
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February 8, 2017. 4-H / Youth | Virginia Cooperative Extension | Virginia Tech (http://ext.vt.edu/4h-youth.html)
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February 10, 2017. Home - Science NetLinks (http://sciencenetlinks.com/)
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Have you done the rubber egg science experiment before? It is such a fun one for kids! You only need a couple supplies to make a rubber egg and the results are so...