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Science Bob has lots of popular projects including Build a Soap Powered Model Boat, Make your own Rock Candy, Blobs in a Bottle, the ever-popular Make your own Volcano, and Make a Levitating Orb. There are other fun proj...

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Easy science fair projects include walking on eggs without breaking them and testing helmet effectiveness by using melons. Other fun and easy projects include using taco sauce as a cleaner and building a rocket with a fi...

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The problem in a science fair project is the scientific question that the experiment attempts to answer. It should be phrased as a question and begin with a question word such as "how" or "why."

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Examples of science projects can be found on Science Buddies, Education.com and Home Training Tools. These sites feature a variety of projects for science classes, fairs and home learning.

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Some same and fun experiments to do at home include Blobs In a Bottle, The Exploding Lunch Bag and Make Your Own Rock Candy. These experiments require only a few common household items.

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Constants in an experiment refer to things that do not change when repeating trials in the experiment. The two primary types of constants are physical constants and control constants.

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The “Mentos Geyser” and “Orange Flash” are two science experiments that are both fun and educational. Supervision and face protection are recommended for these projects.

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