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  • Primary School - Grades K-3
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Hunt for M&M® prey in a series of different habitats to discover which M&M's® survive in each habitat and why. [E]
    What kind of gum can blow the biggest bubbles? [P]
    Cake, Cookie and Ice Cream Science Fair Projects and Experiments
    Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    The Effect of Chocolate on Kids’ Mood [P]
    Find out which M&M has more chocolate, a peanut M&M or a plain M&M. [E]
    How the presence of seed crystals changes the growth rate of rock candy. [E]
    Test if the number of dimples (nucleation sites) added to a Mentos® candy will change the height of exploding soda. [E]
    Which formula is the most accurate for estimating the volume of an M&M candy? [E]
    Keep Your Candy Cool With the Power of Evaporation [E]
    Which brand of gum lasts the longest? [P]
    Which formula is the most accurate for estimating the volume of an M&M candy? [E]
    Cake, Cookie and Ice Cream Science Fair Projects and Experiments
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Energy Content in a Candy Bar [E]
    Can Small Children Mistake Medicine for Candy? [E]
    Use paper chromatography to see which dyes are used in the coatings of your favorite colored candies. [E]
    Determine if kids, ages 7-12 years, are more likely to choose one candy over another identical candy based on how they are labeled. [E]
    Find out if age, gender, or occupation matter in distinguishing a candy from a non-edible [E]
    Learn which one of six different chocolate brands results in handmade molded candies with the glossiest surface. [E]
    Determine the General Public's Preference of Flour in Chocolate Chip Cookies [E]
    Explore the health benefits of red wine and chocolate through the growth of probiotic bacteria. [E]
    A simple statistical analysis of the frequency of colors of M&M's in a bag [E]
    Cake, Cookie and Ice Cream Science Fair Projects and Experiments
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