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Old 10-17-2005, 06:43 AM
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Default science fair project with frogs

My son is in 4th grade and wants to do a project on the life span of frogs. From tadpoles to frog. But we can not think of a hypothisis that would tie into this.

He is also very interested in computers .
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Hi adamsmom

There's an existing project in this website's database at:
[url]http://all-science-fair-projects.com/project31_78.html[/url]

Perhaps he could do something similar - i.e. investigate the effect of some factor on the lifespan of a tadpole.

The factor to investigate could be amount of food, type of food, pH of water (as in the reference project), sunlight etc.

Hope that helps some.
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Also, take a look at the encyclopedia section for general info on tadpoles/frogs/lifecycle:
[url]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Tadpole[/url]
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Talking some ideas

those are goo idea scienceiscool keep up with the good work...
anyways here is a hypothisis...

To investigate the ph in the water where the life cycle of frogs live...

or

To investigate how viruses infect the computer...

hope it helps...

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My son is in 4th grade and wants to do a project on the life span of frogs. From tadpoles to frog. But we can not think of a hypothisis that would tie into this.

He is also very interested in computers .
Please help
Why don' you do it on your guess on how long they will live in a certain condition?
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