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100 Amazing Make-It-Yourself Science Fair Projects

Vecchione, Glen

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ISBN 10: 1402719124 / ISBN 13: 9781402719127
Published by Sterling, 2005
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Title: 100 Amazing Make-It-Yourself Science Fair ...

Publisher: Sterling

Publication Date: 2005

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"This extensive collection of do-it-yourself projects ranges from simple ideas using household materials to sophisticated plans which are unique."--Booklist

"[There are] many good projects."--Appraisal

"The directions are clear and straightforward."--VOYA

From a device that makes sounds waves visible to a unique "pomato" plant, these 100 imaginative and impressive science projects will impress science fair judges and teachers--and astound all the kids in the school. Some of the experiments can be completed quickly, others take more time, thought, and construction, but every one uses readily available materials. Budding Einsteins can make their own plastic, build a working telescope, or choose from a range of ideas in electricity, ecology, astronomy, and other scientific fields.

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Grade 6 Up?This extensive collection of do-it-yourself projects ranges from simple ideas using household materials to sophisticated plans requiring a significant investment of time and money, a few of which, such as a parabolic sound antenna, are unique. Each device or set-up includes a list of materials, generally clear instructions, and a black-and-white drawing of the finished product. Unfortunately, the title is misleading; most of these projects are demonstrations and need to be incorporated into a series of experiments to work for science fairs, and there isn't much discussion of the science behind each one. In addition, judges might disqualify "Overpopulation Studies" that lead to guppies dying, and the complicated refracting telescope could prove disappointing. The volume also lacks a list of science-supply houses and a list for further reading.?Alan Newman, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC
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