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Use liquid laundry starch or soluble packing pellets in place of soluble starch. Have students tie knots in the dialysis bags instead of using string. Have each group do each solution in order to minimize class data error. Do not use Glucose test tape as it will always test positive in the presence of IKI.…
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It is hard to believe, but the year is almost over. That means the kids will be out of school for a couple of weeks and you will be dealing with rough winter weather and boredom. Luckily science is here to save you! Science fair projects and experiments can be a great way to pass…
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Last week we talked about developing your science fair project’s hypothesis. This week we will be discussing how to conduct the background research for your project. This is an activity that needs to be done both before you create your hypothesis and after you develop your hypothesis. No matter if you are working on 24-hour…
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As we come to the end of the year it is only normal to ponder what was accomplished during the last year and what the new year will bring. This is also the time of year when many teachers think about how they can help their students reach their academic goals by the end of…
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While many students may not think much about poop, it is actually an interesting compound made up of food waste, bacteria and digestive enzymes. Poop’s composition is based on what the animal that produced it ate. Animals that are carnivores or omnivores have poop that has more nitrogen and odor producing molecules then the poop…
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Science experiments come in all shapes and sizes. When selecting a science experiment you don’t want to rely on the same tired old ones. To keep your kids or students excited about science, occasionally you have to work outside the box. Finding new ideas for your classroom demonstration that are new, innovative and topical, means…
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image of MadelineI know when its science fair time because e-ons of emails arrive every day from parents, students and teachers: Will you send me a science fair project? What is a good science fair project that my daughter can do for her 7th grade science fair? Do you have easy science fair projects on your site? Do you know where I can find .... Well, now we have created a Forum for you to share your science fair experience, ask questions and get answers from each other. This is a blog for students, parents and teachers... a place for you to help each other. Each post is monitored and will be posted after it is read by an adult. So please keep your comments honest, clean, and helpful. This is an educational site. The purpose of the Super Science Fair Projects blog is to help you to create the best science fair project on the planet! It is not a place to visit with your friends or to joke around. Those posts will be deleted. By subscribing to the Free Science Fair Enthusiasts weekly/monthly newsletter where you will be kept informed of new information posted on this Forum. We look forward to your input. Madeline Binder
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