Zoology Science Project-demonstrates that an egg shell is porous, so chick can breathe inside! :)

Zoology Science Project-demonstrates that an egg shell is porous, so chick can breathe inside! :)

Let's learn a little bit about the awesome egg and reinforce these learning with an accordion egg diagram card!

Let's learn a little bit about the awesome egg and reinforce these learning with an accordion egg diagram card!

Join a community of fashionable women who wear sizes 14+

Join a community of fashionable women who wear sizes 14+

Hands on water science for kids - making a fountain to learn about water power

Hands on water science for kids - making a fountain to learn about water power

egg anatomy for kids

egg anatomy for kids

Porous Science: How Does a Developing Chick Breathe Inside Its Egg Shell?: Scientific American

Porous Science: How Does a Developing Chick Breathe Inside Its Egg Shell?: Scientific American

Science Fair Project Ideas - TinkerLab:

Science Fair Project Ideas

Science Fair Project Ideas - TinkerLab:

Banana lab for sub-q and IM injections.  When finished cut it open and see the results. - Rebekah White www.onelessthing.net

Banana lab for sub-q and IM injections. When finished cut it open and see the results. - Rebekah White www.onelessthing.net

Spring birds If you find a baby songbird out of the nest

Spring birds If you find a baby songbird out of the nest

How fast is your reaction time? Is this something you can improve? In the "Think Fast: Do Video Game Players Have Faster Reaction Times Than Non-Players?" #science project, students investigate whether or not playing video games is related to a person's reaction times. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/HumBio_p025.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject #videogame

How fast is your reaction time? Is this something you can improve? In the "Think Fast: Do Video Game Players Have Faster Reaction Times Than Non-Players?" #science project, students investigate whether or not playing video games is related to a person's reaction times. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/HumBio_p025.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject #videogame

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