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I need help with a few things I have been tasked with creating a fun/ somewhat easy science project for a 5th grader. I know this is not a question but if you have any ideas I am open to them.

Chemistry
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Look up milk and dye effects
hes a 5th grader.... you can't do that especially at school.
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Whatever.
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fine. do some boring noob experiment.
LOL.
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You mad bro?
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1) Why magnets repel or attract 2) How gravity works 3) Phenomenon of a rainbow
Why would I be mad?
your still not done, this was last night man.
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um you could explain how fluorescence works with a few lasers (laser pointers) of different colours (energies) and bunch of fluorescent markers and some glasses. or, you could precipitate a "carbon tower" out of some sugar (this requires acid though). or, you could talk about cosmic radiation using a cheap geiger counter (they cost about $10 on ebay). what kind of science interests you?

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