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Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment

Dissolving egg shells should be on every child’s to do list. In fact it should be on every parents to do list if you haven’t done it yet! It’s a great visual and tactile experiment to do at home and there are quite a few things that you can talk about with … Continue reading →

from STEAM Powered Family

Chemistry For Kids - 35+ resources and ideas to inspire

Chemistry For Kids - 35+ resources, experiments, lessons, and activities that will inspire young scientists. Lots of science fair ideas. via /steampoweredfam/

from Ditch The Carbs

Sugar Science Fair Project - How much sugar is in that ????

How to do a Sugar Science Fair Project. How much sugar is in that? Watch soda and juice being boiled. Guess how much sugar is in 'healthy' foods. |


Homeschool Science – Gummy Bear Osmosis is just one of the PHENOMENAL articles in’s most recent e-Magazine. If you haven’t checked it out, you might want to give it a look-see!   We are big science fans in this house.  We never miss an opportunity to do a hands on science experiment.  I thought […]

from MomDot

75+ Science Fair Project Ideas

The words "Science Fair" can strike fear in the heart of parents, but here are over 75 Science Fair ideas to take the sting out of the project

5 unique projects for your child's next science fair More

from eHow

Science Projects on Soda & Teeth

Teeth and soda make an excellent combination for science projects. Students can learn practical and helpful information through science experiments using teeth (or eggs as tooth substitutes) and soda pop. From staining to erosion of enamel to a comparison of ingredients in various carbonated drinks, students can choose from a wide variety of...