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  • Leah Shifflett

    5th grade science ideas

  • Kara Watts

    Science Fair Project Ideas. Soil erosion.

  • Restore America's Estuaries

    Here is a neat 5th Grade Science project about soil erosion. Learn about the effects of erosion on estuaries at www.estuaries.org/ #estuaries #iheartestuaries #RAEstuaries

  • Brittany Smith

    Science experiment on soil erosion. This would be a lot of fun for the kids to visually understand erosion.

  • Brenda Brown

    Science Fair Project Ideas. My grand kids are gonna need these some day. One of the toughest thing to help my kids with when they were in school, what to do for their science project.

  • Peekskill CSD

    Middle School Science Fair project ideas inspired by the Common Core Standards

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