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nidhu
nidhu asks:
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What is a science project idea for a sixth grader?

In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
How about generating some peanut power?
http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Peanut_Power/
 
If that's not interesting to your sixth-grade student, here are many other ideas: http://www.education.com/topic/great-science-fair-project-ideas/
 
Education.com also offers information about the scientific method, and what makes a good science project.
http://www.education.com/topic/help-child-with-science-fair-projects/
 
I hope this information is helpful to you and your sixth grader.
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Loddie1
Loddie1 , Parent writes:
Which toilet paper is best on a septic tank :D Do an experiment using jars, water, and 4 to 5 different kinds of toilet paper.
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dees1
dees1 writes:
A couple of good 6th grade science projects would be making a battery from a piece of fruit http://www.easy-kids-science-experiments.com/kids-science-projects.html or a chemistry science project “How much salt does it take to float an egg” http://www.easy-kids-science-experiments.com/quick-science-projects.html

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jackie123
jackie123 writes:
A great one for 6th grade is working with electricity. One of them is seeing which fruit can help produce an electric current. Citric fruit is best for this experiment. There are specific supplies such as copper wire and lemons but this could be great.

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Ballaurena
Ballaurena writes:
There was a question going around Facebook as to if microwaved water affected plant growth. One would need to make sure that temperature was controlled for when adding it to the plant, though.
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