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Jul 10, 2014
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Summer Fun

Enter to Win Day 22 Prize

Enter to Win Day 22 Prize

Fight the summer slump and enter to win the Light & Color box from Appleseed Lane ($19.95 value), which provides hands-on STEM-themed projects for budding engineers ages 4-8. 

The box includes projects like color mixing with color fizzy tablets, stained glass, sunprint art and making rainbows by breaking up white light to cover topics including refraction, diffraction, subtractive color, light energy, UV light and shadows in fun ways that kids can understand.

Appleseed Lane is a subscription box service that delivers a STEM-themed box of projects (created by teachers, parents and STEM enthusiasts and thoroughly tested by kids) each month to the family’s home. This prize is a sample of one of those boxes.

Note: The above image is of a previous month’s box, but is representative of the kind of experiments included in the Light & Color box. 

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Check MetroKids.com/SummerFun every day through August 29 to see daily prizes you can enter to win, including great summertime-fun products and tickets to family-favorite venues and events. Prizes change daily! You never know what day will bring a perfect fit for your family.

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