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Old 04-25-2006, 01:48 PM
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Well, i cant think of a project. DOPE. Any REALLY quick ones i could do in a day and write up all the nesscessary things i need?
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have u tried the project search engine? Try reading the posts on some old projects too. You might find something you like.


Here are some links which you might find interesting as well:

1) [url]http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments/[/url]


P.S - Nice title!!!
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Well I have an idea but what are you looking for like what invovlment? My idea is to do something like test two kinds of cereal and see which one has the most iron. That is a good one but e-mail me back when you come up with what are you looking for pacifically.
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Heh, sorry for causing all this trouble but....i changed my whole project. I did paper chromatography. Very easy, simple experiment. Thanks anyways.
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Well, i cant think of a project. DOPE. Any REALLY quick ones i could do in a day and write up all the nesscessary things i need?
(PSst., this is the difference between failing and suceeding>.<)
I had to get one yesterday,it was due by today.It was "Which bubblegum has the longest lasting flavor?".I couldn't think of anything else.I'm in 5th grade,but my Principal conciders us to be 6th graders.
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Well usually they dont help me but you can try looking at all the search engines on this website starting with a subject you like. Enviromental projects are highly praised at my school! good luck!
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THanks...but,uh....That was a whole year ago
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