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Soda Calories
Soda Calories
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Soda Calories
Gather some friends for a bubbly soda taste test do determine calories' role in your favorite drinks.
3rd grade
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Cooking Oil Smoke Points
Cooking Oil Smoke Points
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Cooking Oil Smoke Points
Dive into the world of cooking oil and smoke points to discover just how fast some oils start smoking.
5th grade
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Bubble Colors
Bubble Colors
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Bubble Colors
Can you imagine a sky filled with bright, colorful bubbles? Make this whimsical scene come alive with bubble science!
2nd 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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Using Mirrors in the Garden: Measuring Light Reflection
Using Mirrors in the Garden: Measuring Light Reflection
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Using Mirrors in the Garden: Measuring Light Reflection
Can you increase the light and plant growth in your garden using mirrors? In this experiment, measure light reflection and find out!
4th 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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Why Do Plants Wilt?
Why Do Plants Wilt?
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Why Do Plants Wilt?
Why do plants wilt? Kids will learn to think critically about what environmental factors affect plants, and what plants need to survive.
Kindergarten
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Memory and Personality
Memory and Personality
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Memory and Personality
This experiment examines whether social orientation (extroversion or introversion) is correlated with memory.
Science
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Build a Paper Circuit
Build a Paper Circuit
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Build a Paper Circuit
In this experiment, you will be making your own paper flashlight by conducting electricty with graphite.
Science
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How Do Different Materials Affect Air Resistance?
How Do Different Materials Affect Air Resistance?
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How Do Different Materials Affect Air Resistance?
This project will examine the relationship between materials and air resistance.
Science
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Insulation Experiment: Keep Your Body Warm
Insulation Experiment: Keep Your Body Warm
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Insulation Experiment: Keep Your Body Warm
In this insulation experiment, you'll learn which clothes keep you warm in the cold, and which make you shiver.
1st grade
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Make a Pulley
Make a Pulley
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Make a Pulley
Learn about this simple machine and make a pulley of your own to use for fun science trials.
2nd grade
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Make Slime! How to Create a Colloid
Make Slime! How to Create a Colloid
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Make Slime! How to Create a Colloid
Slime: It's oozy, it's goopy, and it's just plain fun! Learn how to make slime with this fun science fair project.
1st grade
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Bird Seed Science: Do Birds Prefer Certain Colors?
Bird Seed Science: Do Birds Prefer Certain Colors?
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Bird Seed Science: Do Birds Prefer Certain Colors?
Why does purple cheese look nasty? Because color plays a big part in how we perceive the taste of different foods. Are birds just like us in this respect?
1st 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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Earthworms and Plant Growth - Are They Related?
Earthworms and Plant Growth - Are They Related?
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Earthworms and Plant Growth - Are They Related?
Wiggly worms are known for staying buried in the soil, but how does that affect plants? Are earthworms and plant growth related?
1st grade
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The Science Behind Keeping Flowers Fresh
The Science Behind Keeping Flowers Fresh
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The Science Behind Keeping Flowers Fresh
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?
2nd grade
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Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
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Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
This science project is to discover which Black Walnut tree tissue contains the most concentrated amount of Juglone, a substance that works like an herbicide.
Science
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Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
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Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
This science fair project examines which fruits and/or vegetables will ripen prematurely when placed with ripe apples.
5th grade
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Which Decaffeinated Tea Type Contains the Least Amount of Caffeine?
Which Decaffeinated Tea Type Contains the Least Amount of Caffeine?
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Which Decaffeinated Tea Type Contains the Least Amount of Caffeine?
This project investigates several commercially decaffeinated tea types (black, green, oolong, white) for the presence of detectable traces of caffeine.
Science
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Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
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Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
This science fair project compares the allelopathic affects of juglone, a chemical agent produced by the Black Walnut tree, on two plants.
5th grade
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