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What a Drag!
What a Drag!
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What a Drag!
Science fair project that demonstrates the effect of detergent pollution on fresh water birds' ability to stay afloat.
2nd grade
Science
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Track the Prints
Track the Prints
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Track the Prints
Demonstrate how tracks are formed by pressing your hand into a cornmeal mixture, then reverse the process and make prints of the track.
Science
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Do Bananas Give Birth to Maggots?
Do Bananas Give Birth to Maggots?
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Do Bananas Give Birth to Maggots?
Science fair project that demonstrates that rotting food attracts insects that lay eggs on it.
Science
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Limestone Formation
Limestone Formation
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Limestone Formation
Science fair project that explores the natural process of limestone formation.
Science
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Tumbling Rocks!
Tumbling Rocks!
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Tumbling Rocks!
Science fair project that demonstrate how abrasions are formed on rocks in nature and the variations between types of rocks.
Science
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Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
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Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
This science fair project idea studies which kind of rock (sedimentary, igneous, or metamorphic) is most damaged by frozen water.
5th grade
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Edge Effect
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Edge Effect
In this experiment, young ecologists will learn about a type of edge effect: how trees and plants at the edge of a forest can act as a weed filter.
4th grade
Science
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What Attracts Fruit Flies?
What Attracts Fruit Flies?
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What Attracts Fruit Flies?
In this experiment, your child will create two compost bins and see if he can determine what attracts fruit flies.
2nd grade
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Greenhouse Gases
Greenhouse Gases
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Greenhouse Gases
This science project examines the thermal properties of several major greenhouse gases.
Science
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Why Doesn't the Ocean Freeze?
Why Doesn't the Ocean Freeze?
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Why Doesn't the Ocean Freeze?
Why doesn't the ocean freeze? Students answer this question by simulating the chemical composition and temperature of arctic waters in their own home.
2nd grade
Science
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When Air Masses Collide
When Air Masses Collide
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When Air Masses Collide
In this science fair project, students use hot and cold water to simulate what happens when a warm front meets a cold one.
Science
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Does EMF Affect Us?
Does EMF Affect Us?
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Does EMF Affect Us?
This study observes plants, insects and an animal living in proximity to a known source of EMF.
Science
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Exploring the Movement of Tectonic Plates with S'Mores
Exploring the Movement of Tectonic Plates with S'Mores
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Exploring the Movement of Tectonic Plates with S'Mores
In this experiment you explore how tectonic plates move to create land and expand bodies of water.
3rd grade
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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
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Cinnamon Bug Repellent: Sweet Relief?
Cinnamon Bug Repellent: Sweet Relief?
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Cinnamon Bug Repellent: Sweet Relief?
Cinnamon is tasty, but does it have super powers as well? Find out if cinnamon can repel mosquitoes in this outdoorsy experiment.
1st grade
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Soil Electrical Conductivity: Earthy Energy
Soil Electrical Conductivity: Earthy Energy
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Soil Electrical Conductivity: Earthy Energy
Soil and energy don't go together, right? That would be as bizarre as a pairing of peanut butter and marshmallows! Well, actually...
4th grade
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Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
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Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
Learn how different types of soil affect how animal tracks form in this experiment!
Kindergarten
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Attracting Beneficial Insects to Your Garden
Attracting Beneficial Insects to Your Garden
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Attracting Beneficial Insects to Your Garden
Can you plant the insect-attracting borage plant to increase the amount of beneficial insects in your garden? Find out in this experiment!
4th grade
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DIY Compost: Aerobic and Anaerobic Decomposition
DIY Compost: Aerobic and Anaerobic Decomposition
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DIY Compost: Aerobic and Anaerobic Decomposition
What's the best way to make DIY compost? Kids will learn about aerobic and anaerobic decomposition while learning to appreciate the value of composting.
3rd grade
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Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
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Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
In this project, create and examine garden mulch to find out what critters live in the messy, muddy layers just above the soil.
Kindergarten
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Soil Horizon
Soil Horizon
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Soil Horizon
Soil is made up of different layers. How far down do you need to dig to find the soil horizon, or the place where bits of leaves and branches become soil?
5th grade
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What is Mulch?
What is Mulch?
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What is Mulch?
What is mulch? Kids will provide soil with a wet blanket of mulch and see if that helps keep drought-stricken soil damp.
5th grade
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Discovering the Best Water for Plants
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Water, along with soil and light, is a necessary component for plant growth. So what's better for promoting plant growth: tap water, or rain water?
Kindergarten
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How Much Can One Family Reduce Their Garbage?
How Much Can One Family Reduce Their Garbage?
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How Much Can One Family Reduce Their Garbage?
This project explores how and how much one family can reduce the amount of garbage they accumulate over a three month period.
Science
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Counting Sunspots
Counting Sunspots
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Counting Sunspots
In this project you will observe and record changes in sunspots over several days.
Science
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