Table of contents for Prize-winning science fair projects for curious kids / by Joe Rhatigan & Rain Newcomb.

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The Official All-You-Need-to-Know-to-Do-a-Great-Science-Fair-Project Section
Charts, Graphs, and Tables
Science Math
The Projects
Pooch Smooch
Hang Up and Drive?
Take a Closer Look: Astrology, Sham Science
Who Owns the Road?
Huddling for Heat
Moldy Slices of Life
Gravity Got You Down?
Cloche Encounters
WhatÆs Transpiring Here?
Time Flies
Beak Freak!
Touching Memories
Hair-Raising Strength
Take a Closer Look: Nursery Rhyme and Fairy Tale Science Fair 
 Project Quiz
Compost Concoction
Do You See What I See?
Bow-Wow Blood Pressure
DonÆt Hold Your Breath!
Physical Science
Parachute Power
Take a Closer Look: What a Drag!
Gauge Your Tires
The Attraction of Traction
Crunch Your Breakfast
Feel the Burn
The Way the Ball Bounces
Take a Closer Look: The Practical Implications of Squashing 
Do You Smell What I Smell?
Popcorn Fever
Pollution Dilution
The Reasons for the Seasons
Take a Closer Look: Help! IÆm Being Pelted by Space Junk!
The Radical Reduce Refuse Plan
The Heating of Land and Water
Keeping Warm
Crystal Creation
Tick Tock
A Little More Salt, Mummy?
Take a Closer Look: More on Mummies
Yeast Feast
Magic Sand
ItÆs a Stretch
Take a Closer Look: Polymers: The Chain Gang
Shake It Up Baby!
Citrus Chemistry
The Bubble Olympics
Take a Closer Look: YouÆve Got Glycerin in You!
What Color Is That Food?
Teasing the Freezing Point of Water
Sweet Tooth
Now ThatÆs Repelling!
Food or Fuel?
ôFallöty Predictions

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Science projects Juvenile literature, Science Experiments Methodology, Science projects Methodology