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Old 04-22-2006, 03:49 PM
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Default Need help for 3rd grade science project!!

My daughter needs to turn in a science project in 2 days; I don't know where to start! I don't know what idea or project I should get? Please help a desperate mom. Thanks
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Sorry if I'm like late but what about this:

Liquids that don't mix. You will use Water, Oil, And syrup. These liquids shouldn't mix if you put them in this order Syrup first, oil next and water last. They should layer. Very simple project and your hypothesis could be, "Water is less dense then both oil and syrup" Or something like that.
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Thumbs up I have a good idea.

I don't know if you either tried this one or you think it's too hard but your daughter should get two different types of detergents and she should put different things on a t-shirt like grass or something and test which detergent works best.
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Hey im not sure but what if u try using different detergents on plants and see which detergent is best for the plants.
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Talking Try This!

But the science project is if detergents help plants grow. Try this:

Have a control group with no detergent and then have a group WITH detergent, or in other words, using water. Then water each plant for everyday for say, about two weeks and then see what your results are.

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