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cricket Chirp Thermometer

In this experiment, you’re going to use the chirping of crickets to tell you the temperature. This experiment can be performed for fun or it can be performed and documented to be used in your […]

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Fog Formation

For this project, you’ll be conducting an experiment. What makes fog? The project, itself, is a simple one and will only take about 2 to 3 hours to complete. This is a very good topic […]

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The Double Colored Flower

Have you ever gone out and picked a white flower so that you could put it in colored water to dye the petals? Carnations are a particularly great flower to use with dye experiments. In […]

Dehydrated Potato Example
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Dehydrated Potato Experiment

Dehydration is a condition that almost any person can relate to. When we get too hot and don’t take in enough fluids, it’s possible to suffer from anything ranging from a headache, to disorientation, and […]

Build Your Own Volcano
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Make A Volcano Project

  Basic Earth Science Projects For Kids How to make a volcano? Hurl cosmic material into space, have it collect into a planet sized object (like earth for example), put it in orbit around a […]

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How Light Affects Seed Germination

When a seed that has been planted starts to sprout, it is called germination. Different seeds require different conditions to germinate, but they all need three things: light, heat, and water. In this experiment we’ll […]