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What science project my third grader can do?

my daughter is in the third grade and she has do do a project,what can she do?
In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi, In addition to talking to your child's teacher about any parameters or guidelines for student projects, you could also peruse the ideas in the science fair section on Education.com:

http://www.education.com/topic/help-child-with-science-fair-projects/

There are also science activities your child may be able to adapt by including the scientific method in the process of completing the activity:
http://www.education.com/activity/third-grade/science/
http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_What_Scientific/

Hope you find these resources helpful.

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reprah517
reprah517 writes:
do a preditor and prey project thats whaat i did when i was in third grade
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New'New
New'New , Student writes:
My mom did a very good Science Project when she was younger. I don't know but this might help!!!
1. You will need a plastic cup 1 egg and vinger
2. Put the Egg in the plastic cup and pour the vinger inside
3. Sit this cup underneath a sink or on top of the frigerator
4. Wait about 5-7 days, once you get the egg it would be very soft, you would see right through it, the yok inside. It would blow up in size, and all of the white that was on it before, would be in the vinger. Very small project but works for the most part and it is easy and simple and third grade material

****Note**** Do Not Drop the Egg there will be a big mess, and the project would fail.
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goaskmom
goaskmom writes:
Actually the egg project is really good. If you rub, most of the shell will come off after about one day. Weigh the egg, and then put it in water to see how much water it will hold. Then put it in dark corn syrup, and the water will go back out. Weigh it again. It's really a cool experiment.

Get complete instructions at http://www.24hourscienceprojects.com/online.html.

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cinastasha
cinastasha , Child Professional, Teacher, Caregiver, Parent, Student writes:
ONE ABOUT PLANTS AND HELPING THE WORLD LIKE RECYCLING AND PLANTING A GARDEN
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genermcmillan
genermcmillan writes:
If you feel any doubt in science related project work. Please visit any online service provider for better care. you can consider the reviews for choosing best one.
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