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Science Projects on Soda  Teeth

Teeth and soda make an excellent combination for science projects. Students can learn practical and helpful information through science experiments using teeth (or eggs as tooth substitutes) and soda .

science project for kids: homemade bottle thermometer  . Activity to go with Apologia Chemistry & Physics for K-6. #homeschool

Homemade Thermometer for Kids

science project for kids: homemade bottle thermometer . Activity to go with Apologia Chemistry & Physics .

Why is soda bad for your teeth?  My kids keep asking why they can't have more soda.  The tooth fairy was kind enough to lend us some baby teeth for us to experiment with, and we got some very interesting results.

Why is soda bad for your teeth? My kids keep asking why they can't have more soda. The tooth fairy was kind enough to lend us some baby teeth for us to experiment with, and we got some very interesting results.

Looking for a science experiment that will blow them away? What about separating proteins with Red Bull and milk!

Fun Science Experiment: Pour whole milk + red bull - let sit 5 minutes. The acid in the red bull will cause the protein in the milk to separate - liquid changing to solid! New Science Experiment to try!

Most kids love fruit juices and soda - this experiment shows them what those things are doing to their teeth!

What Do Sugary Drinks Do to Your Teeth? – Kids Science Experiment

Most kids love fruit juices and soda - this ease , fun, and simple DIY kids science experiment shows you what those things are doing to your teeth!

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Challenge for Kids: Design a Paper Plate Marble Maze

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ Added idea- roll marbles in paint and then place in maze.

Pop Rocks and Soda Science Fair Project.  More at http://dangercook.com

I did a science project for school. It was about pop rocks and soda. I put pop rocks in a balloon and then, dump them in the soda. I asked would pop rocks and drinking soda explo.

At-home science provides an environment for freedom, creativity and invention that is not always possible in a school setting. In your own kitchen, its simple, inexpensive, and fun to whip up a number

Kitchen Science Lab for Kids: 52 Family Friendly Experiments from Around the House (Paperback)

Kitchen Science Lab for Kids: 52 Family Friendly Experiments from Around the House (Hands-On Family) Flexibound – September 2014 by Liz Lee Heinecke (Author) At-home science provides an environmen

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