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Students will determine how and why an egg is able to go into a bottle due to changes in air pressure.
Difficulty: Middle school
Here are some experiments for comparing the buoyancy and density of differents cans of soda
Difficulty: Elementary school
To begin your own investigation of the bounciness of balls, you'll need several different kinds of balls to compare. I'd suggest a golf ball, a tennis ball, a baseball, and a basketball for starters. Hold a ball at a measured height above a solid surface-- one meter is a good height. Now drop the ball and notice how high it bounces.
Difficulty: Middle school
Ever see water striders (A type of insect) travel across the surface of pond water? Have you ever seen what happens when you add oil to water? Both examples demonstrate the concept of surface tension, a condition where the molecules of a substance are so closely attracted to each other that they form a barrier. The clinging water molecules form a barrier strong enough to support both the water ska
Difficulty
How to build the best paper airplane in the world
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this project is to determine which laminated beam is the strongest.
Difficulty: Middle school
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