Shotgun Wedding by Maggie OsborneAnnie Malloy is in a fix. She’s gotten herself into the worst kind of trouble and there’s really only one way out. It seems the town’s handsome new sheriff, Jesse Harden, has taken a shine to her–and has offered her a way to end the scandal once and for all. Marriage, she hopes, even a hasty one to a virtual stranger, will put an end to the gossip and return her life to something like it was before. But Annie soon finds that the quiet life she once lived has been exchanged for one full of chance, desire, and the breathtaking possibility of true love.
Jesse John Harden has always followed his instincts and has no doubt that he can turn this marriage of convenience into a true marriage of the heart. With each day that passes the bond between him and his pretty new wife grows stronger and the spark between them gets hotter. But Annie is hiding a secret that could destroy their delicate happiness. Now Jesse must convince Annie to let him stand beside her to face the past so they can have a chance at a happy future.
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Science projects for all grades. Some advice from a science fair judge The Parts of a Science Project The idea behind a science project is to discover "what happens if. Science Fair Projects: Understanding and Using the Scientific Method The scientific method is extremely important to your science fair project, and understanding it is critical to the success of your science fair experiment. Questions From Science Judges How did you come up with the idea for this project? Americans generate about 4. Test different types of trash bags, and determine which type of bag is the most biodegradable.
Ask a parent, teacher, or other adult to help you research the topic and find out how to do a science fair project about it. How does the number of stars visible in the sky change from place to place because of light pollution? Learn about and demonstrate the ancient method of parallax to measure the distance to an object, such as stars and planets. Observe and record changes in the number and placement of sun spots over several days. Do one of these: State a hypothesis related to the topic. That is, make a cause-and-effect-statement that you can test using the scientific method.
Visit our science fair project ideas page for ideas in other categories. Earth Science Fair Projects. What is the best design you can come up with for a homemade astrolabe? Can this information be used to accurately predict weather patterns on the earth? Use a radio to measure changes in the ionosphere. Will ionosphere activity be more in the day than in the night? Will solar flares affect ionosphere activity?
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Science projects for all grades.
Looking for science fair project ideas that will make your kid a star at his upcoming science fair? Our Earth science projects and Earth science experiments give inquisitive kids the opportunity to identify unknown minerals and discover why certain volcanic rocks can float. Our space science projects give students the chance to do everything from building a model rocket to determining the elliptical path of a planet's orbit using applied math. Not an Education. Create an Account. Please enter your email address and we'll send you instructions to reset your password. Go back to sign in page.
Earth science experiments require more materials and time than science activities. Often these experiments can become a science fair project by using the scientific method. Each of the experiments contains an introduction that gives background information about the project. The materials used for the different experiments usually can be found around the home, are recycled materials or can be purchased at a nearby store. These are some Earth science experiments that are fun and easy which you can perform with a minimum of materials. Pressing Layers , a sedimentary rock experiment, uses slices of bread, wax paper and books. Pumice and obsidian is a fun experiment that examines how air bubbles can change the texture of pumice so that the rock floats!