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Stories + science = fun

By Sean D. Elliot

Publication: theday.com

Published June 27. 2014 6:16PM   Updated June 28. 2014 2:54PM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
"Scienceteller" Jason Vance carries a bucket of carbon dioxide fog as part of his presentation to a group of children gathered at Stonington Free Library Friday. Vance's presentation, called "Dragons & Dreams," was part storytelling, part interactive science demonstration. Vance said it exposes children to the workings of liquids and gases, using dry ice and ethanol to learn about the science of fire and ice.

"Scienceteller" Jason Vance carries a bucket of carbon dioxide fog as part of his presentation to a group of children gathered at Stonington Free Library Friday. Vance's presentation, called "Dragons & Dreams," was part storytelling, part interactive science demonstration. Vance said it exposes children to the workings of liquids and gases, using dry ice and ethanol to learn about the science of fire and ice.

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