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Science Experiment & Project Ideas- Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
Science is often described as a difficult subject to understand and learn. When experiments and projects are used, it can help make learning science fun and also easier to understand. The lessons in this chapter present different kinds of experiments and projects. Experiments and projects that will be explored in this chapter include those related to:
- Dry ice
- Surface tension
1. Breadboard Projects for Beginners
The breadboard is a versatile tool that will allow you to experiment with all kinds of electronic projects and grasp the fundamentals of electronics and engineering. Read on to learn about a few beginner projects you can try for yourself.
2. Gravity Experiments for Kids
The forces of gravity can be observed in our daily lives, but the best way to learn about this invisible force is to harness it into fun, interactive experiments. Try out some of the activities below to discover some interesting facts about gravity and check out the accompanying resources to learn even more.
3. Dry Ice Experiments
Natural curiosity makes dry ice the perfect substance for use in a variety of experiments. Check out the list of experiments below to learn more about the properties of dry ice and the different ways it can be used.
4. Surface Tension Experiments
Surface tension experiments can be a fun way to learn about the unique properties of water. These experiments can be performed easily anywhere with simple materials. Read on to get some ideas for experiments. Helpful learning resources are also included to help you understand surface tension in water.
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