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Iron for Breakfast Cereal Pack

Compare the amount of iron in your breakfast cereal!

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$3.99

Item #: WCER-100

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Iron for Breakfast Cereal Pack

Looking for supplies for our Iron for Breakfast experiment? We’ve got you covered! These small boxes of Total cereal and Cornflakes cereal are great for comparing the amount of iron found in your breakfast. Don’t forget a Ceramic Bar Magnet or Large Neodymium Magnet to complete the experiment.

What's Included?
  • 1 - 24 gram box of Total cereal
  • 1 - 23 gram box of Corn Flakes cereal

Customer Reviews

Iron in my Cereal? Review by David R.

I tried this demonstration in my classroom with cow magnets and total cereal. My students crashed the cereal and they were surprised when the little pieces of Total Cereal were attracted to the magnet.

Having fun with science in El Centro, CA. (Posted on 4/4/13)

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