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Old 02-03-2009, 02:51 PM
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Hi. I'm trying to help my son build a tsunami for his science fair, but am needing some help! I found a bit of info on here, but was wondering if anyone had any detailed suggestions...pictures would be AWESOME! Thanks so much!
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like push the water and it would create a minutre wave. But if the water kinda fell it would create a nice wave. Bye Jennifer! I have to go.
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Hi. I'm trying to help my son build a tsunami for his science fair, but am needing some help! I found a bit of info on here, but was wondering if anyone had any detailed suggestions...pictures would be AWESOME! Thanks so much!
Jennifer
you could buy a big plastic bin and get a plactic or metal board (small) and get your son to push the piece in the water to make a wave and if you want it to make a big wave buy a bigger plastic bin and push the piece of plastic or meatl board harder and the waves will be much bigger i've done the project before, but didn't take pictures, SORRY!
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all you have to do is buy a big plastic bin and fill it with water and tell your son to get a pice of metal or plastic and push the water in the bin with the piece of metal or plastic or if you want to make a huge wave then you get a bigger plastic bin and do the same as for the big plastic bin only with the piece of metal or plastic push hard
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