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Word Color Association: Are You Feeling Orange?
Word Color Association: Are You Feeling Orange?
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Word Color Association: Are You Feeling Orange?
Word color association is just a fancy way to talk about the way we connect colors with words.
1st grade
Social studies
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How Do Oil Spills Affect the Environment?
How Do Oil Spills Affect the Environment?
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How Do Oil Spills Affect the Environment?
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.
5th grade
Science
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The Placebo Effect
The Placebo Effect
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The Placebo Effect
Test your friends to find out if you can replicate the placebo effect's incredible results.
2nd grade
Science
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How to Make a Hygrometer: Sling Psychrometer
How to Make a Hygrometer: Sling Psychrometer
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How to Make a Hygrometer: Sling Psychrometer
Learn how to make a hygrometer to measure relative humidity in this project. Make a sling psychrometer hygrometer with gauze, thermometers, and a bottle.
5th grade
Science
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A Plant's Favorite Color
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A Plant's Favorite Color
Determine if certain colors of light are more effective for photosynthesis. Plant seeds in cardboard boxes with different light, record visible growth.
Science
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Bee Watcher: What's Buzzing?
Bee Watcher: What's Buzzing?
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Bee Watcher: What's Buzzing?
Enter the buzz worthy world of bee watching and find out what time bees like to wake up!
3rd grade
Science
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Build an Insect Model
Build an Insect Model
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Build an Insect Model
In this project, build an insect model that shows how the head, thorax, and abdomen fit together! Learn insect anatomy by constructing a paper mache critter.
2nd grade
Science
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How Do You Remember?
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How Do You Remember?
Investigate the kinds of memories we tend to store and the emotions we store with them. Determine if memories have a strong emotional component.
Science
Science Project
How to Find Maximum Height of a Projectile
How to Find Maximum Height of a Projectile
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How to Find Maximum Height of a Projectile
In this physics project, you'll learn how to find the maximum height of a projectile using some math and trigonometry.
Science
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Measuring Raindrops
Measuring Raindrops
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Measuring Raindrops
What does a raindrop look like when it splashes on the ground? Is each raindrop unique like snowflakes? Find out how raindrop size varies in this experiment.
4th grade
Science
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Queenstown Creek: Land Use Vs. Water Quality
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Queenstown Creek: Land Use Vs. Water Quality
This project researches whether the type of land use affects the water quality of Queenstown Creek.
Science
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Hammer Ruler Trick
Hammer Ruler Trick
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Hammer Ruler Trick
Young physicists will wrestle with a discrepant event: the Hammer Ruler Trick. They'll make some inferences about torque, balance, and center of gravity.
5th grade
Science
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A Bacterial Investigation!
A Bacterial Investigation!
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A Bacterial Investigation!
Determine which room has the greatest number of bacteria using exposed samples of agar agar in Petri dishes. Place in incubator observe record bacterial growth
Science
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Third-Class Levers in the Human Body
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Third-Class Levers in the Human Body
Did you know your body is full of simple machines? This project looks at one of the third-class levers in the human body: your arm!
3rd grade
Science
Science Project
Comparing Different Methods of Assessing Turbidity
Comparing Different Methods of Assessing Turbidity
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Comparing Different Methods of Assessing Turbidity
The project compares three different methods of testing turbidity in water: the secchi disk, spectrophotometer, and turbidity test kit.
Science
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Tides in the Chesapeake Bay
Tides in the Chesapeake Bay
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Tides in the Chesapeake Bay
Science
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Health and Behavioral Science Projects

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