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Two-year-olds, of The Children's Academy, are fascinated by the frost of dry ice.

Dry Ice and Dinosours

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Two-year-olds, of The Children's Academy, are fascinated by the frost of dry ice.

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Children are able to feel how cold dry ice is through its frost.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Children are able to feel how cold dry ice is through its frost.

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Kinetic Kylie drops a dry ice frost bubble on Gianna Marci.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Kinetic Kylie drops a dry ice frost bubble on Gianna Marci.

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Katina Schimenti and Milana Arias are excited about the bubbles they get to take home.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Katina Schimenti and Milana Arias are excited about the bubbles they get to take home.

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Alexander Schimenti digs for fossils.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Alexander Schimenti digs for fossils.

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Camryn Wilson and Gavin Kwiatek work together to excavate fossils.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Camryn Wilson and Gavin Kwiatek work together to excavate fossils.

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Madison Goldstone had the opportunity to assist Kinetic Kylie.

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Madison Goldstone had the opportunity to assist Kinetic Kylie.

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Camryn Wilson, Gavin Kwiatek and Cannon Parsons make dinosaur skeletal imprints.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Camryn Wilson, Gavin Kwiatek and Cannon Parsons make dinosaur skeletal imprints.

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Camryn Wilson is excited to see how her foot compares to a T-Rex's foot.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Camryn Wilson is excited to see how her foot compares to a T-Rex's foot.

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Abby Jansen holds the tape measure showing the length of a T-Rex at 27-feet.

Friday, Jul. 8, 2016 |

Abby Jansen holds the tape measure showing the length of a T-Rex at 27-feet.

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