Issaquah Valley Elementary students prove their theories at the science fair

March 4, 2014

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Photos by Greg Farrar Above, third-grader Paige Ference learns she can hold a bubble in a soapy hand rather than a dry hand because of surface tension. Below, conductive playdough, made at home from a recipe by third-grader Dylan Moe, carries electricity and lights two LED bulbs.

Photos by Greg Farrar
Above, third-grader Paige Ference learns she can hold a bubble in a soapy hand rather than a dry hand because of surface tension. Below, conductive playdough, made at home from a recipe by third-grader Dylan Moe, carries electricity and lights two LED bulbs.

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