Armed with a powerful magnet and lots of curiosity, discover and then explore the metallic iron in iron-fortified cereal. Test it dry, float it on water and make cereal soup to see first-hand the metal you’re eating. Kit comes complete with science fair tips and experiments.
It all starts with, “I wonder why?” or, “How come?” or, “What if?” A small wonder and a little exploration can lead to big discoveries! Great ideas and outstanding questions often arise out of doing another experiment. All of the Science Fair Solutions kits help you to learn how to think like a scientist and use the scientific method. Remember, the first step to getting the answer is wondering about the question.
Recommended for children ages 6 and up.
- 1 box of Total cereal
- 1 box of Corn Flakes cereal
- 1 Magnetic wand magnet
- 2 Zipper-lock bags
- Information packed activity guide
Science Fair Connection:
A good science fair experiment must include a variable, or something that changes in the experiment. If you are only trying to find iron in one type of cereal, you don’t have a variable. You are merely demonstrating that the cereal contains iron.
- Use different cereals and follow the same procedure as above to see which cereal contains the most iron.
- Does the type of liquid you use affect how much iron you find?
Be sure to change only one thing in your tests so that you standardize the conditions as much as possible and isolate the variable, which is the brand of cereal or type of liquid. Document your results and get ready to share your discoveries at the science fair.
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