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Featured Science Project e-Books
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All our e-books contains plenty of original colourful illustrations written in easy to understand language specifically for each grade (All terms are defined)
Our science experiments follow a scientific method with detailed step-by-step guide how to proceed from start to finish.
A list with playful thumbnail pictures of all items required per project. Most items are ordinary household items while others can be purchased inexpensively at a local store.
All our science experiments have been tested to work and have a fully explained ‘Why it works’ section for each science project.
Each science project contains a ‘Learn more’ section with relevant information and fun science facts that are sure to surprise and amaze you!
Our science experiments are specifically designed for grades 1 to 8, with subjects divided into 5 five main categories: Chemistry, Earth science & astronomy, Electricity & magnetism, Life sciences and Physics!
Save many hours of searching for suitable ideas with our huge database of hundreds of fun science experiments in every field of basic science.
Great ideas for kids’ science fair projects that take from a few minutes to a few weeks to complete! Our science projects are neatly organized and can be browsed by category, grade, difficulty level and time required.
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