The Magic of Crystals: The wonderful world of crystal formation

Middle School / High School

Sugar, salt, snowflakes, and gemstones. Crystals are all around us. But what are they? And how do they form? Answering these questions for your middle and high-school science students will be a lot more fun if they’re watching colorful crystals grow right before their eyes in just minutes. Find out how with this super simple Ward’s Chemistry Silicate Garden Demonstration.

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