Electricity and Magnetism Science Fair Projects, Using the Scientific Method
Unlock the secrets of circuits, batteries, and magnets. Readers will learn all about current, static charges, motors, and more. All they need are some common household materials. If readers are interested in competing in a science fair, they can get many great ideas that will help them create a unique, award-winning science project.
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