With these 100 proven projects, students will have a really winning science fair experience. And, as they’re enjoying that process, budding scientists will also be honing their analytical skills. Best of all, the author knows how to make even the most complicated subjects—such as DNA research—marvelously clear and understandable. The wide range of topics offers something for everyone: the many faces of acids and bases, the science of life (cells, enzymes, algae), perfect plant projects, the nature of hot and cold, chemical conundrums, and lots more. Students can construct a solar oven in a pizza box, figure out how many phone books can balance on a couple of eggshells, put together a “snail salad,” and many other blue-ribbon ideas.
The author lives in South Orange, NJ.
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Published December 1, 2004
Education & Reference, Children's Books.