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Middle school offered girls shapewear to alleviate 'body image' concerns.
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Boost your child’s physics learning skills with this electricity magnetism science experiment kit, packed with 77 items for electricity and 21 items for magnetism. With this kit, your child will be able to build many different projects. $68.99 at Amazon
Deepen your child’s understanding of the weather and have them begin experimenting with static electricity, water cycles and air currents. This kit includes all the tools needed for over six experiments, including potting soil, a desk lamp, beans and more. $14.99 at Amazon
Play with the impressive power of green science with this fully equipped kit. It includes a digital clock, wires, prongs and assembly instructions. All you need is a couple of potatoes. $19.95 at Amazon
This volcano kit guarantees improved explosive power for a super-fun and educational project. It comes equipped with a sturdy volcano, paints that are realistic colors, a complete learning guide, pop crystals and two real rocks. $14.99 at Amazon
Learn microbiology with this bacteria science kit, which comes equipped with all you need to get started, including pre-packed plates containing agar that are ready to experiment with. It also comes with a bonus eBook, full of project-inspiring experiments. $23.99 at Amazon
This desalination kit is the perfect project booster, teaching water purification. Suitable for children over 8, this water science kit comes with everything you need, including a plastic filter system, active carbon, sand, rock and filter paper. $14.99 at Amazon
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