If you want to do a science fair project involving soccer, your best bet is physics.
You could demonstrate the force required to propel a soccer ball a certain number of yards. You could use a soccer ball to demonstrate Newton's laws of motion. You could investigate if the temperature of a soccer ball changes when it is inflated, and explain why.
Or you could broaden your horizons a bit and find a science fair project that involves one of your other interests...like how a video game works or how an iPod can store thousands of songs in such a little space.
um how bout trying to see how different weather can effect the length of a thrown football. you would be more accurate with a mechanical throwing arm for distance
in rain or snow
kick a ball into a net........
a good science experiment for 6th graders that is fun is making insta snow its fun and inexpensive
a good science experiment is a 3d plant cell model
good "science" or a good experiment can always be repeated with the same result
A good science experiment involves a good subject of investigation, that is worth looking into, and a logical design that will produce meaningful results.
That's easy of course he is he plays 8th graders and he beats them and he is in 4th grade!
Is this the correct way to use this sentence?? Administer test to 3rd and 4th graders.
If you mean raising them, then yes! I think it would give them the opporunity to learn responsibility while at the same time learning about growth and life. also i did that as a science experiment and it was very fun every one in the class pared up as if parents and names a chick like it was there baby! Also seventh graders are at the age where they think learning is boring. With something fun (the chick) they will love learning. I remember in seventh grade we had a pet duckling!
yess i did a science experiment on it
Adequate means good enough. It means the same thing in a science experiment as it does in any other context.