Shimmy, Shimmy Soda Pop: Develop Your Own Soda Pop Recipe

What makes a photograph overexposed or underexposed? In the "Point, Click, Shoot! Photography with a Pinhole Camera" photography #science project, students experiment to determine the right exposure times for different indoor lighting levels. [Source: Science Buddies,; Image: Wikipedia] #STEM #scienceproject #photography

A radio that doesn't need a battery or plug? In the "Build Your Own Crystal Radio" electricity and #electronics #science project students build a working crystal radio and investigate how to improve it. A convenient project kit is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

Do colors of light mix the same way as colors of paint? In the "Mixing Light to Make Colors" #science project, students experiment to find out how colors of light combine. [Source: Science Buddies,; Image: Abrisa Glass & Coatings] #STEM #scienceproject

Do you like your cranberry jellied or as a sauce? In the "From Sauce to Solid: The Science of Cranberry Condiments" #science project, students explore the role of pectin and cooking time in making cranberry dishes. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #foodscience #kitchenchemistry

Learning With LEGO program - how to build a tall tower

In the "The Effect of Bridge Design on Weight Bearing Capacity" civil engineering #science Project Idea, students build bridges using both straws and wooden sticks and then put them to the test. It's build and break hands-on science and engineering fun! A convenient project kit is available to do this science project. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

This looks AMAZING! I can't wait to try it. Perhaps a science fair project? Make a Photon Flower That Lights Up When You Water It with Lemon from Instructables

In the "Building a Simple Motor Puts a New Spin on Magnets" electricity and electronics #science project, students build a simple Beakman motor and investigate how design changes affect the rate and direction of rotation. A project kit of specialty items is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

"Engineering Projects to Celebrate Girl Day": Encourage a girl to do a creative engineering project or activity! [Science Buddies:] #eweek2016 #engineering #scienceproject #STEM #girlsinscience

In the "Don't You Fret! Standing Waves on a Guitar" #science project, students explore the physics of sound as they learn how to predict the locations of standing wave nodes on a guitar's strings. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

What happens to a rubber band's stretch when you heat it up? Explore Hooke's Law in the "Rubber Band Elasticity and Temperature" hands-on #science project. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

What is the best way to keep your strawberries from molding? In the "Save Those Spoiling Strawberries!" #science project, students experiment with thermotherapy to find out if it can help prolong the life of strawberries. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

Ancient Egypt means hands-on student #science! In the "Minding Your Mummies: The Science of Mummification" science Project Idea, student learn about the rituals and science of mummification by mummifying a hot dog using baking soda. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

How do you keep a ship stable? In the "Rocking the Boat" #science project, students experiment to engineer a fin (bilge keel) design that is best at keeping a boat from rolling back and forth. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

Fresh or frozen? Which has the most vitamin C? In the "Which Orange Juice Has the Most Vitamin C?" #chemistry #science project, students use iodine titration to measure and compare the amount of vitamin C in a solution. [Source: Science Buddies,] #scienceproject #STEM

Thank you! Please consider Science Buddies in your year-end giving and help us continue to support more than fifteen million students, teachers, and parents who come to Science Buddies as a trusted source of FREE hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math project ideas and resources. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #science #scienceproject

How does the passage of water shape land? In the "Go with the Flow: Model Rivers with Cornmeal, Sand, & Water" #science project, students make model rivers to explore how different riverbeds respond to the passage of water. What difference does the speed of the water make? [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

What kinds of stones store oil? In the "Rocky Secrets: Where Does Oil Hide?" #geology #science project, students investigate different types of sedimentary rock to see which ones would make good storage or reservoir rocks and which ones would make a good cap rock. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

You know there is sugar in non-diet soda, but just how much sugar? The "How Sweet It Is—How Much Sugar Is Really in That Soda?" food science project guides students in using a hydrometer, like the one shown here, to measure the amount of sugar in soda. A project kit is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies; Image: Wikipedia]

Make Your Own Solar Oven science experiment