Science Experiment – What Snacks Do Ants Prefer?
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A 9 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching students about the concepts of living and non-living.
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A science experiment which explores the food preferences of ants.
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A science experiment which explores the absorptive properties of materials.
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