30-Minute Rainy Day Science Projects

30-Minute Rainy Day Science Projects

Author - Loren Bailey

30-Minute Rainy Day Science Projects
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Stuck inside on a rainy day? Why not build a paper rocket? Step-by-step instructions and photos make these projects fast, easy, and fun!

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11-12
15-30 mins
30
Lerner Publications an imprint of Lerner Publishing Group
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 English
 9781541542914

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