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Science Experiments For Middle School Students
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Megan Said:could any one give me some interesting science experiments?
We Answered:Mentos and coke
or Lemon juice mixed with chalk powder.Its perfect because lemon is an acid and chalk powder is something else .(IT BLOWS UP REALLY IN A COOL WAY BUT TO MAKE IT EVEN COOLER ADD SOME FOOD COLORING)
Or something really cool try this.
PUT WATER IN A BOWL AND ADD ON TOP OF IT PEPPER THEN MAKE SOMONE PUT HIS/HER FINGER IN THE CENTER OF THE BOWL OF WATER SUCH THAT HIS FFINGER TOUCHES THE BOTTOM OF THE BOWL.THEN NOTHING WILL HAPPEN AND THATS WHEN YOU COME IN PUT SOME DISH SOAP IN YOUR FINGER TIP AND PLACE IT ALSO IN THE CENTER BOTTOM OF THE BOWL.THERE YOU GO THE PEPPER GRAINS WILL ALL SEPARATE IN A COOL WAY TRY BEFORE SHOWING IT.
Leon Said:Scientific method taught in US?
We Answered:Yes, it is taught here. We're don't live the dark ages down here.
Allen Said:what's a good experiment idea for a highschool student?
We Answered:Find whether males of females want to fit in more by making up a movie and telling people about it, then see if they act like they have heard about it.
Colleen Said:Science Experiments?
We Answered:Here are some sites that will giove you lots of ideas!
This rich, interactive site encourages kids to try science with field trips to science centers around the world, experiments to do on line and at home, and cool science adventures. Science resources for parents and kids
This comprehensive list of science resources for parents and children has links to, and summaries about, a multitude of science activities. Hands-on science activities
This easy-to-use page on the website of the Exploratorium, the renowned science center in San Francisco, offers many hands-on science activities and knowledge resources in 10 different categories. You can learn about candy or even how to make a mummy! "For Young Scientists" info and activities
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute site features some neat things "for young scientists" (see the bottom right section of their site for links to "cool science" and an ask-the-scientist section)
Cool Science for Curious Kids
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology... on screen, off screen, and in between. This site includes some of the best science projects from top museums, with online and hands-on activities designed for students in kindergarten through second or third grade. The projects showcase how science can be fun, practical, and realistic, include building a model of a butterfly emerging from a cocoon, or identifying which parts of plants belong in the family salad bowl. The site also offers tips for parents.
Dale Said:can someone gist this for me?
We Answered:You're joking.
Ruby Said:iS this a good essay?
We Answered:It's alright. Be charismatic. That's the key. It's not necessarily what you're saying that they're paying attention to. Well, in middle school at least. If you stand up there and give the speech when you're nervous, it's going to show. You have to be confident and comfortable with your answer. If you show any sign of doubt in yourself anytime during your speech people will remember that and vote accordingly.