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  • Primary School - Grades K-3
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Do Objects Float Better in Salt Water Than in Fresh Water? [E]
    Will salt water freeze? [E]
    Make your own icebergs and learn about the buoyancy of ice. [E]
    Which will become ice faster, hot or cold water? [E]
    Figure out how to fill a bottle from another bottle using pressure [P]
    Antibubbles - skins of air which float around underwater, and vanish when touched [E]
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    Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Investigate whether salt water allows heavier objects to float than tap water and whether liquid density plays any role. [E]
    Determine if the higher a water source, the higher the water pressure. [E]
    The effect of slope angle on the amount of material eroded by water [P]
    How much salt does it take to make an object float? [P]
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    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Use a Calorimeter to Measure the Heat Capacity of Water [E]
    Determine whether the surface tension of a liquid will increase due to cold or hot water. [E] [E]
    Investigate supercooling of water: Does prior heating of water make it easier to supercool water without freezing? [E]
    Measuring the Surface Tension of Water [E]
    How Salty Does the Sea Have to Be for an Egg to Float? [E]
    Determine whether depth affects the ability to see color underwater. [E]
    The Effect of Ocean Acidification on the Acoustic Properties of Water [E]
    Measuring Surface Tension of Water with a Penny [E]
    How does sugar density affect the index of refraction of water? [E]
    Investigate the supercooled state of water and other liquids; how it varies with different amounts and types of liquids, and its uses in our daily lives. [P]
    Explain why some tea leaves sink and some tea leaves come to the surface in boiling water. [E]
    Does the temperature of water affect the time it takes for the water to freeze? [E]
    The amount of heat absorbed by water at different distances from a space heater [P]
    See how the hydraulic conductivity of water and crude oil is different. [E]
    Test the effect of gas bubbles on the density of water. [E]
    Determine if the boiling point of water changes at different elevations due to atmospheric pressure. [E]
    The Effect of Salinity on the Height of a Floating Object Above the Water [E]
    The Effect of Water Temperature on the Buoyancy of a Floating Object [E]
    Demonstrate Archimedes' principle [E]
    Liquids & Fluids (Physics) Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    See if sugar concentrations in water can be determined using the index of refraction of the solution. [E]
    Can Hot Water Freeze Faster than Cold Water? [E]
    Demonstrate Newton's third law of motion by using Bottle Rockets [E]
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