Cover of: Prize-winning science fair projects for curious kids | Joe Rhatigan

Prize-winning science fair projects for curious kids

1st ed.

Published by Lark Books in New York .
Written in English.

About the Book

New in PaperIt's coming sooner than you think—the time to prepare for the next science fair!  For projects, for presentation, for blue-ribbon winning ideas, there's no better place to come than here.From thinking of a unique science fair experiment to putting fabulous finishing touches on the display, this cool collection of smart and illustrated projects gives budding scientists everything they need to put together a winner—and have fun doing it, too. Kids have seen all the tricks, and they're tired of science fair books that show them (yawn) how to make the "been there, done that" volcano or another boring model of the solar system. Here are experiments they really want to do, on subjects such as slime, magic sand, video games, mummies, dog germs, horoscopes, bicycles, and more. The whole science fair experience is broken down into small, manageable steps, so youngsters won't feel overwhelmed. All safety precautions are taken, with notes on parental supervision, when necessary.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Genre
Juvenile literature.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
507/.8
Library of Congress
Q182.3 .R49 2004

The Physical Object

Pagination
112 p. :
Number of pages
112

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3680750M
Internet Archive
prizewinningscie00rhat
ISBN 10
1579904785
LC Control Number
2003024957
Library Thing
2254170
Goodreads
4110536
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