If you follow this link, you’ll be taken to a page that shows you how to make a home-made pollution detector:
Perhaps you could research the air pollution in your home-town and compare your data with a friend who lives in another area.
You could also look at ozone and how concentrations have changed over the years due to human activity. This could also be connected to the health effects of ozone.
Have your child do a science project on if oil really did some from dinosaurs! It’s a total myth, but it’s fun for a child to research on their own. For young children, dinosaur projects are always a win situation, and this will allow your child to learn about the oil crisis without feeling like you’re forcing a green science project on them. There’s some resources below to help out!
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