Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Exciting Science

This blog — originally named "Egghead Experiments" NOW named "Egghead Education" — wished to get educators and students alike excited about learning. With that in mind, here's a cute (short) video by Steve Spangler that helps students get thinking about how variables impact results. Perfect for a science fair project, or frankly, just for fun. Check it out:

And then report your findings. What other variables can you change or use to find similar results.  

For example, does baking soda and baking powder yield the same results? Why or why not? What if you used soda pop, or lemon juice instead of the vinegar.

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