Quick science experiments are easy to come by, and can be just as interesting as the more complex and time consuming projects available. It's simply a matter of find a quick science experiment that interests you.
Think of a question you would like answered and put it into action. An example of a simple experiment would be to see which type of water ants prefer more, sugar water, salt water, or plain old tap water. It's just a matter of gathering a few ants, mixing the water and laying it out for them to see which they prefer.
Other quick science experiments can be to get some different colored markers, a piece of paper, and write the names of some colors, in a different color than the actual color you're writing. For example, you could write the word RED with a green colored marker. After you have the list of colors written down you can test your friends and family to see if they are able to say the word you have written down or if they say the color its printed in.
This is a classic left brain - right brain conflict. The right half of the brain is trying to say the color, and the left side of the brain is trying to say the word. See how many of your friends and family can get it right. A science experiment doesn't have to be time consuming to be a success, it just has to be interesting to you and show the answer to your question.
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