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Science Fair Project Examples & Ideas: 2009

Stuck on a topic for your next science fair project? Kidzworld’s got the best ideas for projects that’ll knock the judges’ sicks off! Check them out!


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  2. Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters: Volcanoes
  3. Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters: Tsunamis
  4. Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters: Earthquakes
  5. Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters: Hurricanes
  6. Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters: Tornadoes
  7. Summertime Science Projects
  8. Constellations: An Out-Of-This-World Science Project
  9. Feet: A Smelly Science Fair Project
  10. Science Fair Projects Examples & Ideas
  11. The Science Of Scabs
  12. The Science Of The Slam
  13. The Science Of Tanning
  14. The Science Of Skateboarding
  15. The Science Of Farting
  16. More Amazing Science Fair Projects

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Fave Kind of Science Experiment?

  • Something that blows up or explodes.
  • A project that creates enough energy to cook a ham.
  • I prefer to write reports and draw diagrams.
  • I like experimenting with robots and mechanical machines that will be useful.

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