Sciencebuddies.org is a good site for finding help with science fair projects. Please also check out sciencefairadventure.com as well.
you can show how static electricity can move a tin can like a Pepsi can
see how string length affects overall spin time
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Relate it to physics or science.
The Current Version of the First in My Series of Projects, Built in Parallel With My Other School Work, Without Resistance and Within My Capacity.
go on google and type in science fair projects its that simple
science buddies,free science fair projects, or just google it
A fair with the emphasis on scientific projects.
i think that on a science fair they are identifying the people who helped you and how they helped you
Go to science buddies.com or go to google and search science fair projects.
I have! for science fair, i got the project off science buddies
google.com or science fair projects.com
Science projects for teens include: hometrainingtools.com/a/science-projects 101science.com/science_experiments.htm education.com/science-fair/physical-science/
A science fair is a competition where students do experiments and projects and compete. Some examples of projects are research of germs in school, eruption volcano, and acid rain effect on plants.