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What Is the Best Way to Wash Your Hands?
What Is the Best Way to Wash Your Hands?
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What Is the Best Way to Wash Your Hands?
This science project teaches young students about germs, bacteria, and the importance of washing their hands. Students will test what is the best way to wash.
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Ew... Brown Guacamole!
Ew... Brown Guacamole!
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Ew... Brown Guacamole!
This science experiment tests why guacamole goes brown and if leaving the pit in will stop guacamole from turning brown.
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Why Do Greens Turn Brown?
Why Do Greens Turn Brown?
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Why Do Greens Turn Brown?
This science fair project teaches students about wilting and browning of salad greens.
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Pasta Coquina: Make Your Own Sedimentary Rock
Pasta Coquina: Make Your Own Sedimentary Rock
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Pasta Coquina: Make Your Own Sedimentary Rock
In this experiment, students will create their own version of coquina, a sedimentary rock thatâs formed by seashells and sand, cemented by seawater minerals.
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How Does Pressure Change Minerals?
How Does Pressure Change Minerals?
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How Does Pressure Change Minerals?
In this science fair project, students learn how pressure can make the minerals in a rock line up in the same direction and form bands and foliation.
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Glove In a Jar: Demonstration of a Closed System
Glove In a Jar: Demonstration of a Closed System
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Glove In a Jar: Demonstration of a Closed System
In this science fair experiment, children demonstrate the relationship between the amount of stuff and the amount of pressure in a closed system.
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Discovering the Best Water for Plants
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Water, along with soil and light, is a necessary component for plant growth. So what's better for promoting plant growth: tap water, or rain water?
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Dishing Out the Colors
Dishing Out the Colors
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Dishing Out the Colors
Find out whether we can create motion in a dish and as a result, create a wonderful and colorful show.
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Color Walks: Seeing Colors in Our World
Color Walks: Seeing Colors in Our World
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Color Walks: Seeing Colors in Our World
In this science project, young children observe, record, and create collections of colors in their world and increase their powers of observation.
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Shape Walks: Seeing Shapes in Our World
Shape Walks: Seeing Shapes in Our World
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Shape Walks: Seeing Shapes in Our World
In this science fair project, young children observe, record, and create collections of shapes in their world and increase their powers of observation.
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Transforming Tree: Tracking Change through the Seasons
Transforming Tree: Tracking Change through the Seasons
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Transforming Tree: Tracking Change through the Seasons
In this science fair project, young children notice and track changes in trees throughout the year.
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Exploring Taste: Sweet, Sour, Salty, and Bitter
Exploring Taste: Sweet, Sour, Salty, and Bitter
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Exploring Taste: Sweet, Sour, Salty, and Bitter
In this science fair project, young children will become aware of and have the opportunity to experience the four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.
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Air Pressure Science Experiment: Balloon and a Jar
Air Pressure Science Experiment: Balloon and a Jar
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Air Pressure Science Experiment: Balloon and a Jar
In this air pressure science experiment with a balloon and a jar, children will use heat to create a partial vacuum and suck a balloon into a jar.
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How Well Does Sound Travel Through a Gas? A Liquid? A Solid?
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How Well Does Sound Travel Through a Gas? A Liquid? A Solid?
In this sound experiment children listen for differences as they tap on a bag of air, a bag of water, and a wooden block held up to their ears.
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Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
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Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
In this project children discover, identify, and sort seeds from a variety of fruits and vegetables
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Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
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Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
This simple project makes young children aware of their sense of smell and its capacity for providing them with information about their world.
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
This project makes young children uniquely aware of their sense of touch and its ability to alone give them information about the world around them.
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Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
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Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
This fun experiment provides a concrete and visually striking illustration of photosynthesis.
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Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
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Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
In this science fair project, kids observe the expansion of liquids when frozen and determine if some liquids expand more than others in the freezing process.
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
This science fair project introduces children to static electricity and the idea that electricity is more than lights and plugs.
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
Plants Need Sunlight and Water
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
This project is a vivid, concrete introduction to the basic but important idea that plants need sunlight and water to grow.
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Feeding Plants
Feeding Plants
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Feeding Plants
This project explores whether plants can live and grow when "watered" with juice, soda, or milk.
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Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
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Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
This project leads to an understanding that a whole may be built of smaller parts that fit and work together and provides an introduction to basic tools.
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Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
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Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
This project demonstrates the correspondence between the volume of water displaced by a submerged object and the volume of the object displacing it.
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How Sound Travels Through Air and Solids
How Sound Travels Through Air and Solids
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How Sound Travels Through Air and Solids
This classic children's game demonstrates how sound travels through air vs. through a solid.
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