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Making flowers and leaves glow!

This was a neat experiment to see if we could make flowers and leaves glow. 
So first we made glow water. (cut open a highlighter and soak it in water for a couple hours.)
Then we went about picking some flowers and leaves from a nature walk.
Once we got home we put them in the glow water. Covering everything so nothing was above water and let it sit for about 4 more hours.
Once the time was up we took them out and dried them.
Went to our bathroom, the only room we can make completely dark and turned on our black light.
To our suprise both glowed, but the flowers had a way better glow!
This made for a great time to have a lesson on how plants and trees make food for themselves. (Photosynthesis)


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