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Kim Higgins presents "Dinosaurs" and "Solids to Lake Park-Audubon students. She was there as a part of the Science Matters program, a partnership with Flint Hills Resources and the Science Museum of Minnesota.

Dinosaurs roaming in LP-A

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Lake Park-Audubon School students experienced fizzing test tubes, larger-than-life dinosaurs and dazzling displays of ecosystems as they learned about science through dramatic hands-on demonstrations on Thursday, Feb. 25.

Flint Hills Resources and the Science Museum of Minnesota brought their interactive Science Matters program to Lake Park-Audubon to enrich students' science education and inspire them to enhance students' interest in the sciences.

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