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Stained Glass Art

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Create take-home "stained glass" art while learning about the nanoscience that has been used to create stained glass windows for a thousand years. 

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Hints for uses in your library Highlight your local history by collecting information about examples of stained glass windows in your community. This activity requires cutting. Invite caregivers and volunteers to help by cutting the contact paper into rectangles.
Related Links "The Science of Stained Glass" slides presented by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC)
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Stained Glass Art

Stained Glass Art

Create take-home "stained glass" art while learning about the nanoscience that has been used to create stained glass windows for a thousand years.