Edutopia’s Let’s Make A Volcano

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Aditi, 9, and Archita Bidwai, 7, of Plainsboro mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Makarand Bidwai pours a mixture of vinegar, dish soap and food dye into Archita Bidwai, 7, volcano mold during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Edutopia's Makarand Bidwai instructs the children to mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local children of the Hightstown area mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Children from the Hightstown area construct volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Jiayiang Huang, 5, of East Windsor, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Tommy, 8, and Evangaline Huey, 11, of Robbinsville, mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Adeline Ngo, 6, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Adeline Ngo,6. of Hamilton, watches as her volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Alice, 9 and Eva Nosov, 6, of Hightstown, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Jiayiang Huang, 5, of East Windsor, and Alice Nosov, 9, of Hightstown, watch as their volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Sophia Raunick, 7, of East Windsor, watches as her volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Timour Vidrenko, 8, of East Windsor, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Aditi, 9, and Archita Bidwai, 7, of Plainsboro mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Makarand Bidwai pours a mixture of vinegar, dish soap and food dye into Archita Bidwai, 7, volcano mold during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Edutopia's Makarand Bidwai instructs the children to mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local children of the Hightstown area mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Children from the Hightstown area construct volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Jiayiang Huang, 5, of East Windsor, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Tommy, 8, and Evangaline Huey, 11, of Robbinsville, mix together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Adeline Ngo, 6, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Owen Ngo, 8, of Hamilton, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Adeline Ngo,6. of Hamilton, watches as her volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Alice, 9 and Eva Nosov, 6, of Hightstown, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Jiayiang Huang, 5, of East Windsor, and Alice Nosov, 9, of Hightstown, watch as their volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Sophia Raunick, 7, of East Windsor, watches as her volcanoes errupt from a mixture made from vinegar, dish soap, and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS
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Timour Vidrenko, 8, of East Windsor, mixes together soil and water to create the molding of their volcanoes made from vinegar, dish soap and baking soda during a Edutopia experiment instructed by Edutopia Educators on Nov 8 at the Hightstown Library.SCOTT JACOBS