School holiday fun: 5 experiments you can do at home with kids

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Check out five science experiments that you can do with your child at home.
Cousins Caleb So, eight, and Neo Shyh Min, 10, put the different activities to the test. ST PHOTOS: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - Science experiments can be done not just in labs, but also in the comfort of the home.

Children can learn about how acids and bases react using household items such as white vinegar and baking soda, create their own colourful slime and even make a piece of tissue paper - shaped like a ghost - rise up in the air.

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