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Science Experiments For Kids Using Lego

Teach your children about scientific concepts, from friction to gravity, using their favourite bricks.

Building a Death Star out of 3,000 Lego pieces is great, but what do you do with it after you're done? If you decide to take apart your masterpiece, you can always use the bricks to do some science experiments with the kids.

Here's a list of fun activities you can try that teach your children about scientific concepts, from friction to gravity. Just be careful not to step on any Lego pieces — no one needs to experiment with human pain!

11 Fun Science Experiments Kids Can Do With Lego
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