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 Science Projects With Celery & Red Dye?

Answer Even young children usually realize that plants suck up water and nutrients through their roots, and that the water then transports the nutrients throughout the plant. You can demonstrate this proc... Read More »
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How much celery seed equals the same amount of celery salt?

Substitute 1/2 tsp. of ground celery seed and 1/2 tsp. of salt for each teaspoon of celery seed. If ground celery seed isn't available, use the same measurement of whole celery seed. In broader te... Read More »
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Science Projects With Earthworms?

If you have ever gone fishing, most likely you have used an earthworm, or night crawler, as bait. Although a source of food for fish and birds, worms have other important uses. Earthworms fertilize... Read More »
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Science Projects With M&Ms and Skittles?

M&Ms and Skittles are small candies that can make learning science more fun and accessible for children. There are several ways to incorporate M&Ms and Skittles into different types of science proj... Read More »
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Science Projects With Trash?

It's well known that Americans produce a lot of trash each year---some estimates list as much as 4.5 pounds of trash per person per day. While some of this trash is biodegradable, much of it will l... Read More »
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