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There are tons of different science fair projects that are fun. Try some like making maple syrup, photosynthesis, the solar system, or soap making.

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here check out this video it is 4 beginners or just 4 fun :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8keS3-TMtm4


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You ask your friends/relatives/neighbors what they did, and that should either give you an idea, or spark your imagination for your own unique idea. :) You could always go to chacha.com and search "Fun Science Projects" or whatever type of science project you want to do (:


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Something like " A wonderful educational and fun activity for students no matter how old.'.


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