Scientific American : more winning science fair projects, grades 5-7

by Tocci, Salvatore.

Format: Print Book 2006
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Summary
Offering a new variety of science projects for kids to try, More Winning Science Fair Projects provides another resource for more experiment ideas not covered in Winning Science Fair Projects . Middle school students will find everything they need to design experiments that demonstrate the physics of sound, electromagnetism, and motion, to name a few. Tocci uses everyday objects, such as kitchen utensils, doorbells, familiar critters, and readily available substances air and water to create winning science fair projects for middle school kids. Tocci s step-by-step instructions enable kids to create their own independent science fair projects.

Subjects covered include: Density Desiccants Diffusion Electromagnets Enzymes Gravity Momentum Preservatives Sound Vitamins.
Additional Information
Subjects Science projects -- Juvenile literature.
Publisher New York :Chelsea House Publishers,2006
Other Titles More winning science fair projects, grades 5-7
Contributors Wiacek, Bob.
Scientific American, inc.
Language English
Description 48 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN 0791090574
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