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This visual example of erosion would help students understand how human activities can affect the landscape. One bottle could represent an untouched forest, another could represent an area with houses built, and another bottle could show land cleared for farming. The students would be able to see how humans can negatively impact Earth's natural processes.
Chemistry Fun: Copper-plate a nail --What cool thing can you do with some old pennies & a nail?
Chemistry Fun: Copper-plate a nail - Kids Activities Blog
It's easy to see which ants have been sipping which coloured sugar water drops thanks to their transparent abdomens. Father of three Mohamed Babu set up these photographs after his wife, Shameem, showed him some ants that had turned white after sipping on some spilt milk. Dr Babu mixed sugar water with edible colours red, green, blue and yellow and placed them in his garden to attract the insects. He discovered the ants preferred lighter colours such as yellow and green...
Pictures of the day: 5 August 2011 - Telegraph
This project shows students that plants will always grow towards the light. We could use this in our unit when we discuss the basic needs of plants including water and light. Students would enjoy seeing which direction the plant grows. We could ask them to make predictions on which way they think the plants will grow then compare them with what actually happens.
Shoe-box Maze Experiment
Keep Your Candy Cool with Physics
Science Fair Projects About Chocolate Chip Cookies: Size Versus Bake Time, Recipe Tweaking, Cookie Dough Freshness