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Ozone Air Filter – Is it Safe?

Is Ozone in your Home?

Do you have an ozone air filter in your home? Did you ever test the safety of ozone based home air filters? One student’s science fair project was featured in Sierra magazine. Her mother has asthma and used an ozone based home filter. She tested to see if her breathing improved after turning on the […]

Video on the 1st Step of the Scientific Method

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Watch this video to learn about the 1st step of the scientific method, which is Purpose/Question. This is an entry to the Science Fair Enthusiasts Contest. The words in red critique information in the video. . The first step is to Observe and Ask a Question. It is all about making objective observations. These observations […]

The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies Video

The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies Video
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The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies video is made in connection with the Super Science Fair Enthusiast’s Olympiad. The entry was made by Mas’ab, a 7th grader from the country, Mauritius. This is an entry to the Science Fair Enthusiasts Contest. The words in red critique information in the video and below […]

Gesture Control Car Science Experiment

Gesture Control Car Science Experiment
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Vedanth, an 8th grader from India, designed his own gesture control car science experiment. I bought the robotic chassis and all the materials separately and programmed my robot.

Solar Engineering Solar Electricity Science Fair Project Video

Solar Engineering Solar Electricity Science Fair Abstract
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Sannjay, 8th grade, from Canada did a solar engineering solar electricity science fair project video. The video images are amazing. Abstract Project Nikola is a solar charging prototype that uses a combination of solar and ultraviolet energy to provide power for an array of devices, eliminating the need for wall outlets. There are 2 models: […]

Toots (farts) Smelly Science Fair Experiment

Toots (Farts) Science Fair Experiment
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Eli, an inquisitive kindergartner, wanted to know why his toots (farts) smelled, so his father helped him to do this Toots (farts) smelly science fair experiment. Below is the script to the video. It is rearranged to meet the scientific method report outline. Big Question: We have all smelled a smelly toot, but why do […]

Ballet Dance Muscle Memory Science Fair Project

Ballet Dance Muscle Memory Science Fair Project
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Ella, a fourth grader, chose to do a Ballet Dance Muscle Memory Science Fair Project because of her dancing. Her video script is below. Hello, My name is Ella I am home schooled and I just finished the 4th grade and am going into the 5th grade. I am taught by my mom and dad, […]

Science Experiment How to Make a Wind Vane with a Paper Plates

How to Make a Weather Vane Science Experiment
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3rd grader, Avin, shows you are how to make a wind vane with paper plates, scissors a pencil and more easy at home materials. All the materials you need are listed in the video as well as easy directions.