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Best Science Projects Books

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Why own a couple of Best Science Fair Books?

Hi! Detective ThinkMore back again.... To answer the question... they are fun!

And besides.... remember my telling you that a project for a science fair takes approximately 2 to 3 months to complete. It is easier to own one or two books so you do not have to run to the library constantly.


The Best Science Projects Books Series are outstanding science fair books for young adult readers. Teens just love them. "Didn't know that learning could be this much fun!"


image of Ecosystem Science Fair Projects Using Worms, Leaves, Crickets, And Other Stuff (Biology! Best Science Projects) Ecosystem Science Fair Projects Using Worms, Leaves, Crickets, And Other Stuff

Want to know what an egosystem is? Do you want to know how an ecosystem works? Background information, scientific inquiry and experiments, and suggestions and ideas for further research will help you to do an extraordinary science fair project. This is one of the best science projects books on the planet! Grade 6 and up.


image of Genetics And Evolution Science Fair Projects: Using Skeletons, Cereal, Earthworms, And More (Biology! Best Science Projects) Genetics And Evolution Science Fair Projects: Using Skeletons, Cereal, Earthworms, And More

Young scientists will explore genetics, evolution, and classification, and learn about the discoveries of the great minds of this science. Experiments and ideas for science fair projects. Reading level: ages 9 - 12.


image of Cell And Microbe Science Fair Projects Using Microscopes, Mold, And More <BR>(Biology! Best Science Projects) Cell And Microbe Science Fair Projects Using Microscopes, Mold, And More

Included in this book is the background information on cells and microbes within the structure of scientific inquiry; brief history of cell experimentation and informative explanation of the scientific method. Several experiments are outlined with a question to be studied, background information, materials list, and procedures with suggestions for science fair projects. Grade 6 and up.


image of Plant and Animal Science Fair Projects Using Beetles, Weeds, Seeds, And More: Using Beetles, Weeds, Seeds, And More (Biology! Best Science Projects) Plant and Animal Science Fair Projects Using Beetles, Weeds, Seeds, And More

The simple experiments in this book will help young scientists explore the diversity, behavior, survival needs, and adaptations of plants and animals. Reading level: Ages 9-12


image of Chemistry Science Fair Projects Using French Fries, Gumdrops, Soap, and Other Organic Stuff (Chemistry! Best Science Projects) Chemistry Science Fair Projects Using French Fries, Gumdrops, Soap, and Other Organic Stuff

In easy terms, organic chemistry is discussed along with materials needed for the 29 projects that are described in the book. Students are encouraged to create their own experiments for their science fair. Experiments go from easy to more complex as the book progresses. Some of the require materials are only available from a school laboratory or a science supply company. Grade 7 and up.


image of Using Acids, Bases, Metals, Salts, and Inorganic Stuff (Chemistry! Best Science Projects) Chemistry Science Fair Projects: Using Acids, Bases, Metals, Salts, and Inorganic Stuff

Short introduction to inorganic chemistry with 25 experiments and chemicals needed for the projects.

To do the experiments in this book you will need to discuss with your science teacher the possibility of using school equipment, such as rubber tubing, Bunsen burners, manganese dioxide, graduated cylinders, potassium iodide, and flasks. The scientific method is discussed along with ideas so you can create your own science fair project. Students are encouraged to expand on the ideas in order to create unique projects of their own. A Grade 7 and up.


image of Water Science Fair Projects: Using Ice Cubes, Super Soakers, and Other Wet Stuff (Chemistry! Best Science Projects) Water Science Fair Projects: Using Ice Cubes, Super Soakers, and Other Wet Stuff

Contents include:

Structure of water includes the 3-states of matter of water, surface tension - adhesion and cohesion of liquid water and chemical properties of water. Water experiments as well as ideas to make up your own cool science fair projects.


image of Plastics and Polymers Science Fair Projects: Using Hair Gel, Soda Bottles, and Slimy Stuff (Chemistry! Best Science Projects) Plastics and Polymers Science Fair Projects: Using Hair Gel, Soda Bottles, and Slimy Stuff

The book discusses what a polymer is, properities of polymers, and rubbery and glassy polymers. Polymer and plastics experiments along with the scientific method and ideas for further experimentation.


image of Environmental Science Fair Projects Using Water, Feathers, Sunlight, Ballons, And More: (Earth Science! Best Science Projects) Environmental Science Fair Projects Using Water, Feathers, Sunlight, Ballons, And More

This is one of the best science projects books for science fair experiments. Reading level: ages 9 - 12. Here is what it includes:

  • The atmosphere - photosynthesis, particles in the air removing dust from air, and melting ice are covered.
  • Global warming and the greenhouse effect.
  • Water - water cycle, purification of water, algae, acid rain, plants and salty water.
  • Soil - types of soil and layers, oil spills, soil acidity, erosion, waste pollution and much more.
  • Sustaninable and renewable energy - sun power, electricity from sunlight, wind energy, and heat.


image of Planet Earth Science Fair Projects Using The Moon, Stars, Beach Balls, Frisbees, And Other Far-out Stuff (Earth Science! Best Science Projects) Planet Earth Science Fair Projects Using The Moon, Stars, Beach Balls, Frisbees, And Other Far-out Stuff

The experiments, questions about possible further research, scientific inquiry, materials lists, and procedures all help you to develop your own science fair project. There are experiments on global warming, the greenhouse effect, and earth's relationship to the moon, water and space. Grade 6 and up.


image of Earth Science Fair Projects Using Rocks, Minerals, Magnets, Mud, And More <BR>(Earth Science! Best Science Projects) Earth Science Fair Projects Using Rocks, Minerals, Magnets, Mud, And

Best Science Projects books series gives information and projects related to their subjects. While the other books in the series are about the weather, planet earth and the environment, this book is about volcanoes, types of erosion, continental drift, watersheds, geological topics like earthquakes, and the formation of sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks. Explanation of the scientific method along with 23 experiments are included. Grades 5 - 8.


image of Weather Science Fair Projects Using Sunlight, Rainbows, Ice Cubes, And More <BR>(Earth Science! Best Science Projects) Weather Science Fair Projects Using Sunlight, Rainbows, Ice Cubes, And More

Contains information about weather, including refraction and reflection when looking at a rainbow, keeping track of the weather, and many suggestions for projects suitable for competion in a science fair.


image of About the Properties of Matter- Using Marbles, Water, Ballons, and More (Physics! Best Science Projects) Science Fair Projects About the Properties of Matter: Using Marbles, Water, Ballons, and More

Besides a brief introduction on atoms, molecules and matter, the books covers the scientific method, experiments, ideas, topics and idea. Subjects covered:

  • Atoms, molecules, and matter: properties of solids and liquids
  • Density: properties of matter including buoyancy, archimedes, expansion and contraction of matter, and pressure.


image of Forces and Motion Science Fair Projects: Using Water Balloons, Pulleys, and Other Stuff (Physics! Best Science Projects) Forces and Motion Science Fair Projects: Using Water Balloons, Pulleys, and Other Stuff

Discussion of the scientific method, background information on forces and motion as well as experiments, suggestions about ideas and further study for outstanding science fair projects.

  • Contents include: forces and motion
  • springs and pendulums and springs
  • oscillating motion - motions that curve or circle
  • forces, machines, and


image of Electricity and Magnetism Science Fair Projects: Using Batteries, Balloons, and Other Hair-Raising Stuff (Physics! Best Science Projects) Electricity and Magnetism Science Fair Projects: Using Batteries, Balloons, and Other Hair-Raising Stuff

Offers a number of easy experiments using household objects that demonstrate electricity and magnetism and would be suitable for a science fair.


image of Light, Sound, and Waves Science Fair Projects: Using Sunglasses, Guitars, Cds, and Other Stuff (Physics! Best Science Projects) Light, Sound, and Waves Science Fair Projects: Using Sunglasses, Guitars, Cds, and Other Stuff

Like the other best science projects books this one gives you background information, covers the scientific method, has experiments as well as ideas and topics so you can create your own science fair projects on light, waves and sound.


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