100 Amazing Award-winning Science Fair Projects

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Paw Prints, Feb 13, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
"Invokes critical thinking in a stimulating format."--Science News
"Covers all major areas of science."--NEA Today
"Clearly laid-out...Useful line drawings illustrate the text."--Booklist
"A reliable, useful purchase."--School Library Journal

Here are 100 A+ ways to show how science works and come out tops at the school fair. Simulate a Martian dust storm. Prove that computers emit radio waves. Create virtual 3-D with a polarized lens. Prepare a medieval paint palette, making pigments from some of the very same materials the great masters might have used. Every fun experiment has a materials list, discussion of the results, and an explanation. And they'll all stand out and impress the judges.

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