# fair project

what happen when metal, cloth and wood get exposed to fire

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1. Why don't you find out for yourself? Ask an adult to help you expose each of these materials to a match flame or a small fire. Note that different kinds of cloth (cotton, synthetic, wool) react differently to fire.

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Ms. Sue
2. Also, try to look on discoverychannel . com to look for a MythBusters episode related to that (or even on YouTube). They did an experiment related to this.

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