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static electricity science project! Using an aluminum can, a balloon, felt (or by rubbing on socks or hair) watch as the static electricity attracts the can by extending the balloon towards the can-Then see it ROLL!


What Happens When Oil and Water Get Together?

Science Fair: What Happens When Oil and Water Get Together?


Plants Need Sunlight and Water

Science Fair: Plants Need Sunlight and Water


The Material With the Most Static Electricity

Science Fair: The Material With the Most Static Electricity


Density Experiment

Science Fair: Density: A Simple Exploration

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What is static electricity?

Quick static electricity experiments

Make a balloon act like a magnet using static electricity! Did you know magnets and electricity are similar in some ways? It's true! Follow the link for more experiments and research on your own to see how electricity and magnetism are connected. Bzz!


How to Make a Solar Oven

Science Fair: Solar Heating and Designing of a Solar Cooker

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25+ Totally Awesome Science Fair Projects

Science Fair Projects for primary and elementary students! There are so many awesome ideas here! I cannot wait to try the glowing flowers science experiment!

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Science Fair Project Ideas

These twelve science fair project ideas encourage children to test, tinker with, experiment, hypothesize, and evaluate various properties and phenomena.

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Kids' Science in the Garden

Kids Science in the Garden

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35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic

35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic. These would be great for an intro activity, or a day when you need to fill some time, such as before a break. Geek out with these fun science projects

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Math & Science Outside

10 Outdoor Math & Science Activities | STEM


Bubble Science Activity

Activities: Bubble Science.... I'm doing this with my Kindergarten Summer Science club