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riztz 08-22-2005 06:33 PM

5th grade science project...help
 
we are going to make an investigatory project in our science class. the problem is i don't know what project to make. teacher told us to present the project in class. can u help me what project to make and how will i do it? i just want it simple but interesting. thanks.

wisteria 08-23-2005 04:56 AM

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hi I'm Wisteria as you Know I'm from Australia Sydney and I'm 15 yo (no kidding) what type of topic do u want Eg plants, electircty, ...

WISTERIA (>.<)
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Mad Scientist 08-23-2005 10:16 AM

Investigatory Science Project for 5th grade
 
hmm, try this one:

Are poems with lots of rhythm, rhyme, and different sound devices easier to learn than those written in free verse?

The link is here: [url]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/project324_28.html[/url]

you can also browse the Human Psychology section (under Biology) for more projects.

Tamthegenious 10-13-2005 09:39 AM

Answer
 
go to the website called;-

http://www.proj-man.com

brainygirl 10-13-2005 10:55 AM

Frozen Erosion
 
Materials:

1 quart jar and lid (spaghetti sauce or mayonnaise)
Water
Towel


Procedure:

In front of the class, fill the jar with water and seal it with the lid. Wrap the towel around the jar and freeze it overnight.

Unwrap the jar in front of the class and ask for their observations. What happened to the jar? (The water expanded as it froze, forcing the glass to crack.)

Follow-Up Discussion:

Explain to the class that in nature the same thing can happen when rainwater gets inside the holes and cracks rocks. This small but constant process slowly erodes the rocks and changes the way they look.


This activity should be really interesting

Good Luck ! :)

wisteria 10-14-2005 04:54 AM

just quoting
 
good idea Brainy... keep up with the good work ;)

sciencefreak 10-14-2005 05:49 AM

That is basically due to anomalous expansion of water. Unlike other liquids which expand on heating and contract on cooling, water expands on cooling below 4 degree C. This behaviour is known as anomalous expansion of water and as brainy said, it causes the glass to crack and rocks to weather.

wisteria 10-14-2005 06:31 AM

just trying to help
 
or you can find the frezing point of salt water?

huharai 10-20-2005 09:30 AM

Does classical music help plants grow?
My hypothesis is that classical music will help the plants to grow. I also believe that the plants that listen to country will have their growth stunted.
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vidualeg 10-28-2005 08:37 AM

[QUOTE=sciencefreak]That is basically due to anomalous expansion of water. Unlike other liquids which expand on heating and contract on cooling, water expands on cooling below 4 degree C. This behaviour is known as anomalous expansion of water and as brainy said, it causes the glass to crack and rocks to weather.[/QUOTE i need a project please give me one
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