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How To Make A Solar Eclipse For A 5th Grade Science Project?

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Well. You need a circular piece of wood about 21 inches in diameter. About one inch thick. Maybe one inch and a half. A cube of stiriphome( please excuse my spelling) about twenty by twenty by twenty inches, a piece of wire about two feet long another piece of wood that is a foot in length and two inches in circumference. And another piece of wood or stirifome to use as a stand.
Then cut a hole in the one inch thick piece of wood about two inches in diameter. Stick the cinlindrical piece of wood throught the hole.cut a sphere from the stirifome about five inches in diameter to be the earth. One about one inch in diameter for the moon and twelve inches for the sun. Stick wire through each sphere. Peirce the wood in a line and put the wire through the piecing and tie a knot on the other side to preventit from falling back through. Label and colour each sphere and shade where the shadow on earth would be cast. Put the project uprightand stick the pole in the stand  to showcase in school. Wood in all case cah be replaced by hard stirifome. Do not paint as it cause the stirifome to dieteriate.
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Take something like a desk lamp and a some sort of ball and a little motor and rig something up so the ball spins around the lamp
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In your science project book draw the figures of sun , moon and earth.
Place the sun in the middle of moon and earth.
Give proper color to make it attractive.
Or
you can make a slide show in powerpoint.
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What does the solar eclipse look like for a 5th grade science fair project and how is it suppose to be made?

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