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Top Science Fair Projects for All Ages

by Lindsay Hutton

Science fair projects can be fun and educational, and push children to learn more about scientific study and research. Help your child find a science fair project that fits his area of interest. This list of interesting, easy-to-create science fair projects will encourage his love of science! Just remember, adult supervision is required for all of these suggestions.

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Potato Battery


Who knew a potato could make a digital clock work? If your child loves to play with his food and is fascinated by electricity, this is the perfect project for him. Learning chemistry has never been so fun! Your child will be so enthralled with this experiment, he won't even look at it as schoolwork.

Read the instructions for making a potato battery.

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