Monday, March 4, 2013

Science Fair, Anyone?

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Does your school have a science fair? Ours does and it is something that the students have really come to look forward to each year.  In our school, fifth graders get to do their project in science class.  The rest of the children have the option of doing it at home.  Classrooms have the opportunity to
participate and over the years, we've had fun experimenting!

This year, we are going to do a two small experiments with Osmosis that lead up to the GREAT GROWING GUMMY BEAR experiment.  You can easily find these experiments online...I found great information and compiled them in my LiveBinder.  I made it public so you can take a look at the goodies that I have in there.  Click on the the LiveBinder icon below to see my Science Fair 2013 binder.
New to LiveBinder?  Be sure to click around to learn more about this awesome resource...or you
could always go visit my friend, Kate at Purely Paperless...she did a great blog post about it!

Our experiments wouldn't be complete without cute science journals!  The kids will be using three different science journals. We'll show one of each on our science display board.
I've got a little FREEBIE FOR YOU this morning...You can grab your copy of the Colorful Celery Experiment  below...
If you are interested in the other two experiments, you can get them in a bundle or separately...
We start experimenting today, so I'll be posting pics soon!
It's Monday, so of course, you'll find me here!

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Happy Monday, everyone!


  1. I love science experiments! Thanks for sharing. :)

    1. Thanks for stopping by today! I appreciate the comment. I am looking forward to checking out your blog tonight :)

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    1. Thank you Bethany, we wrote our hypothesis today..they are pretty excited! Thanks for stopping by! I'm coming to visit you now!

  3. Great ideas! I just started using LiveBinder last week. I just added your binder to my Science shelf! (or rather started one!)Thanks!

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