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Paper Experiments for Kids

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I did these easy paper experiments with the kids this morning.
It was a lot of fun for them to follow the instructions and find out the end result.

Here's what we did:

Paper Experiment for Kids

The kids weren't all that impressed with that since it was pretty obvious that's what would happen.  But that was simply a springboard into the next activity:

Paper Experiment for Kids

They thought that was pretty neat, but then we took it a step further.

Paper Experiment for Kids

They got a huge kick out of that!  They thought it was pretty amazing to start with one piece of paper and end up with two loops joined together!

I'm working hard to keep their minds and their bodies healthy, and one way I'm doing that is to make sure they are taking probiotics daily.

We had been using a powdered probiotic, but were never faithful with it because it had to be mixed with their other food and they weren't crazy about the taste.

When Culturelle® Kids Probiotic offered to send me some chewable probiotic tablets just for kids in exchange for sharing our experience, I gladly took them up on it!

Culturelle Kids Probiotic contains 100% Lactobacillus GG, the #1 clinically studied probiotic in children. †† Daily usage is shown to help support kids’ immune systems and help alleviate occasional digestive distress.* The kids love the taste and never forget to take them!

When my kids are healthy, they are happier and better able to participate in activities like the ones they did in this post!  That's why I'm making it a priority to make sure they regularly take immune supporting probiotics like the ones found in Culturelle.*

If you want to try Culturelle Kids Probiotics for your own children, be sure to take advantage of this $5.00 coupon!

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

††Based on the number of Lactobacillus GG clinical studies, as of August 2014.

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