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Making sparks

This activity (aka "snack") provides instructions for using familiar kitchen items (steel wool, pie pan, styrofoam plate)
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This activity (aka "snack") provides instructions for using familiar kitchen items (steel wool, pie pan, styrofoam plate) to produce sparks you can see, hear, and feel. 

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