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Soda CaloriesView Project
Gather some friends for a bubbly soda taste test do determine calories' role in your favorite drinks.
Baking Soda and Vinegar BalloonView Project
How powerful is the reaction between baking soda and vinegar? Find out here!
Naked EggView Project
While your cells are much too small to see without a microscope, you can create the look of a cell in your very own home with just an egg and vinegar!
Melting CrayonsView Project
Crayons aren't just good for creating colorful masterpieces -- they're also great for science!
How Do Oil Spills Affect the Environment?View Project
You've heard all about oil spills, but can they really be that bad? After all, vegetable oil is in almost every yummy baking good from cookies to brownies.
Earthworms and Light: Do Worms Prefer Darkness?View Project
Do earthworms like moisture or darkness? Find out as we explore the relationship between earthworms and light.
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The Science Behind Keeping Flowers FreshView Project
When you cut a flower to put into a vase, it'll eventually wilt, even with water and sunshine. But is there another scientific secret to keeping flowers fresh?
Is it Possible to Blow a Square Bubble?View Project
Is it possible to trick the forces of nature that make your bubbles round to create a square bubble?
Experimenting with Ant Food: Do Ants Have Favorite Flavors?View Project
People have favorite flavors, but what about ants? Which ant food is the most popular?