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Hydrogarden science fair projects are among the things that make science fun and interesting. It is entirely easy to start this kind of project. As a matter of fact, even students in grade school can do it and they will definitely have a great learning experience. A Set of Simple Ideas to Start With When…
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Renewable energy education in the classroom generally looks at renewable energy sources such as solar energy, hydroelectricity and wind power. What this means is that most projects related to this subject will focus on a singular energy source, but this is not your only option. You can also develop hybrid renewable energy projects that combine…
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Award winning educational science kits frequently explore the field of chemistry. These kits allow your students to complete simple and complex chemistry experiments that include volcanic eruptions, cooking experiments and even the production of play slime.
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Science activities can go one of two ways, it can inspire students to participate in class or it can discourage them from participating in class. In order to get your students to be more active in classroom lessons you need to look for exciting projects such as building and experimenting with salt water cars. This…
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Question: Dear Madeline Some time ago you had something in one of your newletters about a science fair project dealing with chocolate. (coffee, cacao etc.) that one can use. Is it possible to forward the information to me. We would like to do something along that line for our next project. My Child is 12…
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This week we are going to talk about the next step in creating super science fair projects, drawing your conclusions. Your conclusions are going to be based on your data analysis, that you conducted in the last step, as well as on the background research your conducted earlier. This is a very important step in…
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Last week we started a series on science competitions that you and your school can enter. Today I want to continue this discussion by exploring the EV Challenge competition. This competition is focused on transportation technology. This week’s science competition is the EV Challenge, which has recently been renamed “SMARTT Challenge.” SMARTT stands for “Students…
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Last week we talked about the Toy Challenge, a science competition for middle school students in grades 5 through 8. Today I’d like to talk about how you can use science competitions to develop your students’ interest in science. To start with you will need to familiarize yourself with the Department of Energy’s website. The…
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