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hgochenour
hgochenour asks:
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Do you have a science fair project for seventh grader?

In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi,

Education.com offers a wide variety of science fair projects here:
http://www.education.com/topic/great-science-fair-project-ideas/

It's important that your 7th grader select a project that really interests him/her. For instance, if interested in energy, your 7th grader could peruse the project ideas in the "secondary" section on this page:
http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_NEED_Science_Fair/

Here are resources for parents to help their children with science fair projects: http://www.education.com/topic/help-child-with-science-fair-projects/

I also recommend that you and your child review any guidelines his/her teacher or school provided for the science fair.

Good luck -- I hope all goes well with this science exploration!
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RAJUSRI writes:
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goaskmom
goaskmom writes:
Here are some ideas that are fast, easy, fun - and educational:

1. Explore the cell membrane by soaking an egg in vinegar so the shell comes off, then soaking in water and then in dark syrup.

2. Dig up a couple of cups of dirt from your backyard, add water and  put them in a large clear jar. Shake vigorously, and watch it settle into the soil layers. You can put this into a soil triangle for more fun.

3. Find out if the shape of a piece of ice affects its melting time. Take the same amount of water, put into different shaped containers and freeze. Calculate the surface area of the ice, then time how long the pieces take to melt.

Check out the parent guides below for more information and ideas!

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