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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!

A Science Fair Project on Tooth Decay

Science fair projects can be tedious. Most experiments require a lot of hard work and expensive materials. Try a simpler experiment that is still impressive. Doing an experiment on tooth decay is both beneficial and interesting. It only requires a few inexpensive materials and a week's worth of observation and record keeping. The experiment...

Wire Yarn Stranding Guide: This coiled ring is worn on the tip of your finger, to keep your yarns untangled and at an even tension while you knit a colorwork project. Whether you knit English or Continental style, this yarn stranding guide will speed up your Fair Isle and double knitting! $1.19

Electrolysis of Water Experiment

Split water into hydrogen and oxegyen. Perhaps the HS moves like wind - really there even though he can't be physically seen

A Science Fair Project on Tooth Decay

Science fair projects can be tedious. Most experiments require a lot of hard work and expensive materials. Try a simpler experiment that is still impressive. Doing an experiment on tooth decay is both beneficial and interesting. It only requires a few inexpensive materials and a week's worth of observation and record keeping. The experiment...

Faux Knit Fair Isle Crochet Toque Hat and Cowl Scarf Crochet Patterns are now on the blog! They use a basic center single crochet stitch and are oh so easy to make - even for beginner crocheters! | Free patterns from Sewrella

Indoor Camping

{Campfire Activities} Every indoor camping adventure requires a fire, right? I mean you need to sing songs, roast marshmallows (huh?), chat under the stars (how?). Get full directions on doing all three of these things here. Ah, I cannot wait for the outdoor camping season to begin! Have you tried indoor camping before? I'd love to hear additional suggestions!