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Science Fair Camp Project Resources

Before camp begins, you should know what I have readily available onsite.  Please look these lists over and let me know if there's something I need to get before camp begins.  

I have the following equipment:

Van de Graaff Generator
Earthquake Shake Table
Microwave
Toaster Oven
Blender
Tea Kettle
Refrigerator
Ice Cream Maker
Small Solar Cells
Small Servo Motors
Screwdriver
Large Box Fan
Scissors
1 Hole & 3 Hole punch
Waterwheel
Solar rover
Hovercraft
Derby cars
K'nex Rollercoasters
N'nex Bridges
Windmill
Water filtration set
UV Lamp
Space Heater
Heat Lamp
Laser printer
Paper cutter


    I have the following chemicals readily available:

    Borax
    Baking Soda
    Citric Acid
    Corn Starch
    Rubbing Alcohol
    Distilled Water
    Castile Soap
    Sodium Alginate
    Calcium Chloride
    Red Cabbage
    Monoammonium Phosphate
    Potassium Aluminum Sulfate
    Potassium Permanganate
    Polyacrylamide
    Epsom Salt
    Table Salt
    Sugar
    Ph test strips
    Supertaster test strips
    Coconut oil
    Almond oil
    Glycerine
    Food color
    Clear PVA glue
    White Elmer's glue
    Phosphorescent (glow) powder


     I have the following materials available:

    Multiple types of string
    Pipe cleaners
    Popsicle sticks
    Rubber bands
    Pulleys
    Rope
    Tape
    Staples
    Paper clips
    Pom poms
    Cotton balls
    Qtips
    Markers
    Ping pong balls

    Styrofoam balls
    Coffee filters
    Neodymium magnets

    Iron filings
    Insulated wire
    Batteries
    Project display board
    Tempera paint
    Glitter
    Modeling clay
    Playdough
    Film canisters
    Large and small drinking straws
    Lincoln logs
    Slinky
    20 foot wave coil
    Beakers
    Erlenmeyer flasks
    Graduated cylinders
    Glow in the dark paint


    This isn't 100% of my inventory, but these are all things that I use often or I know were used in previous camps.


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