Archive for June, 2009
There are many Science Experiments For Kids, but you have to pick and choose a bit to find a fun science activity for kid. Most Science Experiments are aimed to teach a child facts about sciences as well as disciplines and responsibilities. A fun science activity for kid, not only will still teach a child facts about sciences, but also be fun and enjoyable. Scientists have shown that children learn more from a fun science activity for kid than a boring one.
On this Science Experiments website, we have a collection of fun science activities for kids that you can choose from. A fun science activity for kid does not have to be complicated. Some fun science activities for kid are very simple to conduct, yet very enjoyable and full of knowledge to be gained.
Each fun science activity for kid below aims to teach different facts of sciences. Choose the right fun science activity for kid to suit what you want to learn right now.
- Make Fire Extinguisher Experiment
- How to Make a Model of Motor Boat science experiment
- Air Pressure Experiments
- Mobius Loop – how to draw and make a Mobius bracelet
- Heat Conduction Science Experiments
- Water Surface Tension Experiments
- Reflection and Refraction Science Experiments
- Metal Expansion Science Experiments
- How to Make a Compass with a Needle
- How to Make an Electromagnet
Question: Help With Science HW?
A student did an experiment with five plants grown under differenct conditions. The data is recorded on the table below:
(10ml) (5mm growth) (soil dry, wilted)
(20ml) (5mm growth) (soil dry, no growth)
(30ml) (5mm growth) (5mm additional growth)
(40ml) (5mm growth) (5mm additional growth)
(50ml) (5mm growth) (yellow leaves, no growth)
(amount of water per day, first coloum) (observations after 7days, second coloum) (observations after 14 days, third coloum)
1. What is the manipulated variable in this experiment?
2. What is the responding variable in this experiment?
3. What would three controlled vaiables you would use in this experiment?
Answer: 1. amount of water
2. growth after 14 days
3. (1) pure water
(2) amount of sunlight
!!Acids And Bases!!
Question: How do high-heeles assist dance?
I’m doing a science experiment on this statement and it has got to do with physics-centre of gravity and all, and could u give me some suggestions HOW to carry out this experiment or/and any scientific explanation?
i mean high-heels
Nonono, I’m a dancer myself, and i personally (along with lots of other dancers-ballroom and latin), are positively sure high heels assist dancing. This is because heels give us a better grip on the floor. I have some knowledge why, but not sure about the SCIENCEY physics part. Help, anyone?
Answer: I think it’s much harder to walk, let alone dance, in high-heels because the woman will have a very narrow area of contact with the ground and most of the weight will be supported by the tip of the foot. Conventionally however is considered aesthetically more pleasing the movements of someone experienced in using those contrived traps.
Your experiment should easily verify the above by asking someone who never used them, to walk a few feet in a brisk pace. A fall is almost certain, not that I know from personal experience because I’m able to fall down from a pair of sneakers.
Science For Monks Gravity Experiment