Research shows that many people talk to their plants while watering them. These individuals believe that doing this can help plants grow. Even if there is no scientific proof that this is true, there is proof that some plants can communicate with each other with chemical signals. Vibrations can also travel in the air or …

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When conducting science experiments with preschoolers, it’s essential to focus on activities that are safe, engaging, and encourage exploration and discovery. Here’s a simple and fun experiment that preschoolers can enjoy: Walking Water Experiment: Objective: To demonstrate capillary action and color mixing using water and paper towels. Materials Needed: Six clear cups or jars Water …

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Huge Ocean Waves

Every living being on Earth needs clean water to function. Humans must consume at least two liters of purified water each day. Advancements in technology ensure that drinking water is safe and contaminant-free. This science project aims to help explain how water purification works. Caution: The resulting water is not safe for consumption. This project …

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When you have too many seasonal fruits in your kitchen, you often want to taste them all at the same time. There are times when you pick a bunch of them and peel them all at the same time for convenient eating. Yet, have you ever thought that peeling the fruit removes its first layer …

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Batteries from veggies

  [wp_ad_camp_2]   Ok, the above image is a bit of an exaggeration, but batteries do generate electricity (so to speak) by using two dissimilar metals and an electrolytic solution. This is the same principle that is used to turn veggies into batteries since vegetables and fruits are filled with natural electrolytic material, the most …

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