Multcolib Homework Center Picks: Climate change science fair projects
Annotation:Plan a successful science fair project with ideas and step-by-step guidance. Shows how to harness energy with windmills, make a biogas generator, and create alternative fuels.
Annotation:This colorfully illustrated book offers practical advice on preparing and presenting experiments and instructions for two dozen science projects.
Annotation: Presents step-by-step instructions for a variety of simple science projects that explore concepts related to biology, chemistry, physics, the human body, and the planet Earth.
Annotation:Get hands-on experience with science! Use household objects and easy-to-find materials to do more than 100 experiments!
Annotation:Explains the scientific method and describes a variety of actual science fair projects in such fields as engineering, botany, behavioral science, and chemistry.
Annotation: Contains information about weather, including refraction and reflection when looking at a rainbow, keeping track of the weather, and many suggestions for projects suitable for competition in a science fair.
Annotation: For young scientists interested in competing in science fairs, this book contains experiments related to air, water, soil, pollution, and energy resources.
Annotation:"Presents several science projects and science fair ideas dealing with ecology and environmental studies"
Annotation:Explores weather in detail from the wind to the clouds with more then 40 projects you may use for science projects.
Annotation:Provides instructions and plans for science projects across various disciplines, including physics, astronomy, energy, environmental science and economics.
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Need to do a science fair project? Here are some books and resources to help you develop a science fair project about climate change, weather, the environment or global warming.
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