Most children are familiar with the overly simplified version of the oxygen cycle - plants produce oxygen through photosynthesis, upon inhalation animals/humans take in these fresh oxygen stores,...Read More »
Ever noticed that plant shoots (the parts we can see) tend to grow up and out? Ever examined a plant root to determine which direction it grows and why? If your student or child enjoys biology and...Read More »
We need hand-eye coordination to perform many basic (and other not-so-basic) tasks throughout the day including writing, driving, playing sports, playing video or computer games, and many more!...Read More »
Most of you have learned in life science or through experience that there are two main types of aquatic environments - saltwater and freshwater. Oceans, bays, gulfs, and seas are examples of...Read More »
There are different types of projects that can be entered into a science fair exhibit. Two of the most used and well-known categories include models and investigative projects. Models In this...Read More »
Whether an experienced science fair candidate or a new participant, these tips from SchooDoodle, contributor for The Apple, will help to make this year more successful! Project Displays The key is...Read More »
If you have a student who's interested in botany, here is a fun science fair project that explores how light color affects photosynthesis in plants. The Basics of Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is...Read More »
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