Science Fair Projects Questions and Answers

Did you every hear of the saying, “Feed a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”?

That is what the science fair projects questions and answers is all about. Here you can post your questions and either I or a guest on the site will show you how to find the answers to your questions.

6 thoughts on “Science Fair Projects Questions and Answers

  1. sunshine says:

    All liquids have a different level of acidity. The best way to find out is to experiment by pouring one kind of liquid over chalk, let the chalk absorb the liquid, then with ph paper, test the chalk for its acidity level

    You can get ph paper at any drug store.

    Let us know what you find out.

  2. ruthie says:

    What effect does the angle of the sun have on the amount of energy a solar panel takes in and produces throughout a spring day?

  3. sunshine says:

    Ruthie, if you go to the top of this blog and read what I wrote you know that I am here to teach you to find your own answers.

    All you questions are excellent questions to test out by doing a science fair project experiment. That is how you find your answer just like a scientist. What makes science projects so much fun is that your hypothesis does not have to be right!

    So why don’t you write a hypothesis. I will do one, and then if you want to do one of the other projects, write one for your selected topic:

    Hypothesis: Solar panels get the most sunlight energy when they are facing directly at the sun opposed to indirect sunlight.

    Would love to put your project on the sight when you are finished. Be sure and enter the

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