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Science of sinking intrigues kids in Albany

February 19, 2018 07:21 PM

ALBANY - There was a STEM challenge Monday at the Albany Public Library's Pine Hills branch.

A group of young kids spent their President's Day learning about science. First, they built a boat out of tin foil, then filled it with pennies -- trying to see how many it would take to sink it. They ended up sinking them all and having lots of fun while doing it.

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The project is just one of many the library has lined up for this February break.


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