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June 27, 2017 AT 9:00 am

Make a Paper Fish Swim with Surface Tension #MakerEducation

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Another fun STEM activity from Scientific American.

Have you ever wondered how water droplets form on a window on a rainy day, why some bugs can walk on water or why you use soap to wash your hands? All of these things are related to the phenomenon called surface tension. In this activity you will learn how you can use surface tension to make a fish cut from a piece of paper seem to swim around on its own!

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