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Students conduct 'super cool' experiments

  • LISA PRICE/TIMES NEWS Students Declan Coleman, left, and Loki Anderson-Hill watch the reaction from mixing items to make "elephant toothpaste," so named because it expands to make enough toothpaste to use on an elephant.
    LISA PRICE/TIMES NEWS Students Declan Coleman, left, and Loki Anderson-Hill watch the reaction from mixing items to make "elephant toothpaste," so named because it expands to make enough toothpaste to use on an elephant.
Published July 14. 2014 04:00PM

A group of Tamaqua Elementary School students attended a summer camp called Super Cool Science Experiments, held at their school and run by West Penn Elementary School teacher Michelle Bittner. Using common ingredients found in a kitchen, such as dishwashing detergent, borax, cooking oil, sugar and salt, the students conducted a variety of experiments during the week. The camp is sponsored by the Tamaqua Blue Raider Foundation.

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