100 Amazing First-Prize Science Fair Projects

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
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"This book is a good starting place for finding successful science-fair projects."--School Library Journal

"Can provide needed direction to parents and students facing looming classroom deadlines."--The Los Angeles Times

"Offers a real variety to young scientists."--Parent Council(R), Selected as Outstanding


Any kid can be a winner, and take top honors at the school science fair, by picking one of these 100 proven first-place projects. Among the cool ideas: demonstrate the action of magnetic fields, make a moon box, build "ant architecture," and measure static electricity. Plus, there's plenty of fun in creating homemade perfume and erupting volcanoes; doing a bubble gum plant graft; and building a big green solar machine. Youngsters will find plenty of hints for crafting eye-catching displays, too.
 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Bird Feathers Bus Boxes
42
Creative Concoctions
60
Rnd Out about Food
89
Excellent Electrics
111
Natural Laws
134
Puzzling Plant Projects
162
Fly Float Sink
181
Metric Equivalents
201
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