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This is a fully functional potato powered clock. You just need to add potatoes, plug it in and it will work. No batteries needed, potato gives the power. Your kids will absolutely love this science experiment.

The planet Mars is easy to recreate using papier mache materials.

How to Make a Planet Mars out of Papier Mache

If you have a school project on Mars due and are stuck for ideas, consider making a Mars diorama from an old shoe box. You can make a charming diorama that displays some fun facts to help others .

diagram picture of multimeter connected to a potato battery

Meet my science project! only i used other fruits and vegies aswell so that it wasnt your cliche potato power experiment lol

Making a Lemon Battery and How Does it Work?

Making a Lemon Battery and How Does it Work?

Off the Grid

Possible school experiment to show importance of wetlands/riparian zones! This shows the importance of plants in our soil. Plants like trees and grasses help purify ground water. Without them the ground water gets polluted and harder to clean and drink.

Stalactites and Stalagmites  Stalactites and stalagmites grow in caves both above and underneath the ground. That process takes thousands of years, but why wait so long? With this science experiment for kids, you can make your own small 'tites and 'mites within a few days.

Science Experiments for Kids

Stalactites and Stalagmites - Stalactites and stalagmites take thousands of years to form, but you can grow them in days. Learn to make stalactites and stalagmites at HowStuffWorks.

diagram of LED and buzzer connected to potato battery

Potato battery science project: Investigate how to make batteries out of potatoes using zinc and copper electrodes, connect them in series and in parallel, and use them to power a buzzer and LED.

Science Project- Hydroponics: Gardening Without Soil

Science Project for grade-- Hydroponics: Gardening Without Soil

the common potato has the capacity to create enough electrochemical energy to power a small digital clock.

Potato Battery

Who knew that those tasty spuds can also do double-duty as an undercover battery? Believe it or not, the common potato has the capacity to create enough electrochemical energy to power a small digital clock.

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