We’re going to learn about a very small fungus, called yeast. Let’s find out how this special fungus helps us make bread.
Do different types of apples have the same number of seeds? Try this fun data analysis and collection experiment for elementary school students.
What happens if we put hydrogen peroxide and yeast together in a large quantity?
Use this project to fin dout if you are getting enough vitamins and minerals.
Try this experiment around your yard or school and see how biodiversity at the plant level affects biodiversity at the insect level.
For this experiment, we’re going to test the effect that high salt soil concentrations have on plant growth and root development.
This activity helps students learn more about different animal behaviors . Get creative painting or drawing!
This experiment helps students learn the importance of having clean hands.
This experiment helps students create a black light and use it to look at the fluorescence of different food items and plants .
This activity helps students learn more about different animal behaviors to ensure pets are happy and stress free.
These experiments help students learn about soil erosion.
This experiment helps students compare vitamin C content and rank orange varieties or juice brands from highest to lowest.
For this experiment, we’re going to test the effect a hard soil layer has on plant growth and root development.
This experiment helps students learn about growing plants with organic soil amendments.