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Mr. Wilson's Sixth Grade Science Fair Experiments!

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How can we ensure maximum plant growth while minimizing environmental impacts?

 

Contents: Click on the academic year below to view the links of each experiment.

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Comments (17)

kate20156j said

at 5:58 pm on Apr 17, 2009

I think that Mr. Wilson should have his own page where we can ask him questions. I may have mentioned it before, but I still think that it is a good idea.
p.s. I am still Catherine!

Hassan Wilson said

at 12:06 pm on Apr 22, 2009

Catherine, there is a question page = Wiki Support

danielle20156l said

at 5:20 am on Apr 30, 2009

Mr. Wilson, can you change my 3rd wiki page title to Different Types of Liquid Affect the Amount of Dead Snails, Callum, Danielle, 08-09

kyra20156l said

at 3:44 pm on Apr 30, 2009

Mr.wilson you said you were changing it so my groups pages only had my anme and avas manes on it and you were removing them from the 08-09 page but you didnt

Hassan Wilson said

at 9:27 pm on Apr 30, 2009

Kyra, your pages have been renamed.

reader said

at 7:14 am on May 1, 2009

The Alicia Tim Remy experiment was quite interesting. Substances that accelerate plant growth do not necessarily result in healthier plants. Perhaps Mother Nature knows best! A parent.

reader said

at 7:32 am on May 1, 2009

I find myself wondering about the applicability of these experiments to our home life. (If Red Bull and Coke aren't good for plants or worms, what makes anyone think they're good for humans?!) -- A parent

reader said

at 7:37 am on May 1, 2009

I find myself wondering about the applicability of these experiments to our home life. (If Red Bull and Coke aren't good for plants or worms, what makes anyone think they're good for humans?!) -- A parent

reader said

at 7:41 am on May 1, 2009

Great for the kids to learn about scientific research. Should help them with reasoning life's events and drawing conclusions perhaps.

reader said

at 8:09 am on May 1, 2009

This was a great experiment and really good for the kids to learn the scientific method. - Seth Hulkower

reader said

at 8:35 am on May 1, 2009

great job!

reader said

at 8:36 am on May 1, 2009

congratulations it was amazing giggity giggity giggity

reader said

at 8:37 am on May 1, 2009

That was the most oustandingly amazingly awesome Science Fair Ever!!! Hi i am speaking to you from the past, if u are reading this, it is too late.

reader said

at 9:34 pm on May 17, 2010

Amazing

reader said

at 9:40 pm on May 22, 2011

amazing

reader said

at 10:53 pm on Jan 17, 2012

luv it

reader said

at 10:53 pm on Jan 17, 2012

it is too amazing to explain

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