Science Fairs & Experiments
Want a science fair project using your pet? Full instructions for a quick and easy science experiment for elementary students.
9 ways to make invisible ink with lemon juice, milk, baking soda, cornstarch, iodine, and white crayon. Make vanishing ink, glowing ink and writing on a banana.
Everything you need to make a fun and realistic erupting volcano...
Science Fair Chocolate Tasting project-what could be more fun? Full instructions with photos and videos.
Fast, easy, fun probability science experiment using dice, paper and pen! Step by Step instructions, photos and videos.
You can make a rainbow on a window sill, rainbows in the dark, and rainbows in the backyard using simple things like water, a mirror, and a flashlight. You can create rainbows from CDs and crystals and even swirl...
Easy and fun snow and ice science experiments for kids. Includes exploding ice, making frost, snow, and icicles, salt, dry ice, and more cool experiments.
Sometimes, you just need a guidance to get started. Here's some terrific free sources, and links to 100 science fair projects for elementary middle and high school.
Oobleck is made of cornstarch and water. It changes from a liquid to a solid when a force is applied and turns back into a liquid when the force is removed.
There are many factors which influence student motivation; these include school as well as non school factors. Students bring to the classroom varying types of extrinsic motivation.
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