For some students, the science fair is coming up pretty soon, and it’s high time they started thinking about some cool experiments.
For other students, the science fair is a long way off, but even so, it’s never too soon to start thinking about some cool experiments.
Whether you need some ideas really soon, or whether you’ll need some ideas down the road a bit, the ideal place to find those ideas is right here on Steve Spangler’s webpage.
For example, how about making a homemade hand warmer? A science fair project about generating heat would be great!
Maybe a dry ice smoke ring launcher is more to your liking! A vortex of air would really impress the judges! (Just remember to wear gloves at all times whenever dry ice is involved!) (You can also use a smoke generator to blow safer smoke into your launcher.) (Of course, dry ice smoke is better and lasts longer. . . .)
October starts in just a few days, and Halloween is in October, and what’s Halloween without Steve Spangler’s awesome fake blood recipes?
These are only a few of the fantastic science experiments, each one perfect for the science fair, on the Spangler Science website. Most of Steve’s experiments are simple, inexpensive, and fun, and they fulfill all of the science fair criteria.
Remember to observe the rules of science experiment safety whenever you attempt an experiment, no matter how simple or safe it might be.
Steve Spangler’s science experiments may be found on the Experiment page of his website. In other words, RIGHT HERE. CLICK!.
Why make a baking soda/vinegar volcano – like everybody else – when you can do a real experiment and submit a really interesting science fair project?
I love your experiments! They work so well!
I LOVE the sharpie tie die patterns!
Why am I not finding the instructions for the crystal shapes made from pipe cleaners with Hot water, Borax and food coloring? I saw it aired yesterday, but still cannot find the correct directions to make these beautiful ornaments. Can you help me with this?