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Easy Oobleck Experiment

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Lemon Penny Polish:

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Big Stick Balance:

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What Things Rust:

Explore Rust And Things That Rust

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Bag Full Of States Of Matter:

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Cork Challenge:

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Stop A Strainer:

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Make A Simple Sundial:

Use The Sun To Tell Time

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Googly Eye Slime:

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Snow On The Pond:

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Exploding Baggie:

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Flameproof Balloon:

Make A Balloon Resistant To Flames

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Magic Firefighter:

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Elementary Projects

List of elementary science projects (grades 4-6), display and experimental.

Included are sample topics for making models or conducting demonstrations. These should be level 3 projects. Some personal input is needed to avoid just a display project.

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Electricity, meteorology, display projects.

  • 1 A Bell System
  • 2 History of Shells
  • 3 A Chemical Change
  • 4 Types of Fuels x
  • 5 A Crystal Radio Set
  • 6 Heat can Produce Electricity [Exp*]
  • 7 Action of a Solenoid
  • 8 Fire Must Have Air to Burn
  • 9 A Door Chime
  • 10 How Electricity is Made? (Generator)
  • 11 Air Currents, Wind, Hurricane
  • 13 Electric Eye [Exp*]
  • 14 Weaving and Sewing Techniques
  • 15 Electromagnetism
  • 16 A Projector (Make a slide projector)
  • 17 Fluorescent Lights
  • 18 Measuring the Ocean Depths
  • 20 Measuring Outer Space
  • 22 Model Airplanes
  • 23 How to Develop a Picture
  • 25 How Traffic Signals Work
  • 26 Most Liquid contain either Acid or Alkali
  • 27 Inside a Cave, Make stalactite
  • 29 Operation of a Doorbell buzzer
  • 31 Parts of an Electric Motor
  • 32 Minerals: Origin, Distribution
  • 34 A Water Pump in action
  • 35 Make an Equatorial Sundial
  • 36 A Weather Station
  • 37 Our Solar System
  • 38 A Cotton Gin
  • 39 Phases of the Moon
  • 40 A Wheat Elevator (A Compound Machine Project)
  • 41 Printing and its value to Man
  • 42 Cross Section of a volcano
  • 43 Salt and its Uses
  • 44 Cross Section of an Oil Well
  • 46 Cross Section of the Earth
  • 47 Simple Machines
  • 48 Distillation of Water
  • 51 Expansion and Contraction of metals
  • 52 Electromagnetism (same as 15)
  • 53 Fingerprinting
  • 54 Expansion and Contracting Of Liquids
  • 55 The Telegraph Key
  • 57 Which Metals Conduct Heat best? [Exp]
  • 60 Sending Messages by Electricity x
  • 62 Light (4 questions, 4 experiments)
  • 63 Water finds its own level
  • 64 Snowflakes
  • 65 Water Supports Heavy Weights
  • 67 An Electromagnetic Crane
  • 68 Space Problems in Gravity
  • 70 Steam Propulsion
  • 71 Parts of a Sailboat x
  • 72 Steam Turbines
  • 73 Parts of a Windmill
  • 74 The Fulcrum and the Lever x
  • 77 Principles of a Transformer
  • 78 Water is Compound of Hydrogen & Oxygen
  • 79 Products of Natural Oil/Petroleum
  • 80 Jet Propulsion, Natural and Man-Made
  • 81 Working Principles of a Gasoline Engine
  • 83 Working of a Telegraph
  • 84 A Reed Basket
  • 87 Workings of an Irrigation Pump
  • 89 Machines Made Work Easier
  • 90 Astronomy x
  • 91 Birth of a Balloon
  • 92 The Blinker Light
  • 93 Causes of the Seasons
  • 94 Bulbs in Series and Parallel
  • 95 The Climate of your own Home
  • 96 Chemurgy
  • 97 Chlorophyll
  • 98 Canals and Locks
  • 99 Contour Mapping
  • 100 Using a Compass
  • 101 Weather Instruments -ForeCasting
  • 104 Water Cycle
  • 106 How Hard are Various Types of Rocks and Minerals?
  • 109 Erosion - What causes erosion? - How can soil erosion be prevented?
  • 110 Air Pollution - causes and cleanup
  • 113 Precipitation
  • 114 Water Filtration
  • 115 The City of the Future
  • 118 Topographic Mapping
  • 120 Earthquakes and Associated measuring devices
  • 121 Collect and Identify minerals and rocks exposed in local area
  • 122 Foods (Make a food guide display)
  • 122 Which popcorn brand pops faster?
  • 122 Which popcorn brand pops the most?
  • 122 How does the type of food affect the growth of a pet mice? [Exp]
  • 123 Volcano
  • 124 Can Electricity Create Heat?
  • 130 Compound Machines - Winch / Lift
  • 131 Compound Machines - Water Turbine
  • 132 Compound Machines - Industrial Lift
  • 141 Water Purification
  • 142 Ultra Violet Radiation from the Sun [Exp]
  • 143 Reserved
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  • 01 Understanding Electrical Conductors and Insulators (Quick) [Exp*]
  • 02 Demonstration of principals; how is current affected by type of conductor, temperature, filament, etc.
  • 03 Compare material and objects for conductivity. (Quick) [Exp*]
  • 04 Compare electromagnets for strength. [Exp*]
  • 05 Principles of fluorescent lights; how do they compare with filament bulbs, in effectiveness and cost. [Exp*]
  • 06 Compare wires for conductivity.
  • 07 Does the wattage of a light bulb affect the amount of heat given off? [Exp]
  • 01 How metals compare in conducting heat. (Quick) [Exp]
  • 02 How metals compare in density (Quick) [Exp]
  • 03 Egg Floatation (buoyancy) (Quick) [Exp]
  • 04 Efficiency of different types of steam engines
  • 05 How does the amount of oxygen affect the rate of burning? [Exp]
  • 06 Does Temperature affect Solubility?
  • 07 Are some substances more soluble than others [Exp]
  • 08 How do Airplanes fly? What is the best wing shape?
  • 09 How do waves carry energy?
  • 10 How do magnets work? How are they made?
  • 11 Compare densities of different gases
  • 12 How Light is Affected passing through water e.g. viewing objects under water, formation of rainbows.
  • 13 What limits the speed of a car, boat, or truck?
  • 14 Submarine; How to sink? How to float?
  • 01 Chemical Change and the factors that affect the rate such as heat, light and catalysts [Exp]
  • 02 Acid and basic solutions, how are they produced, how can they be modified; practical considerations in soil, lakes, food; acid or basic solutions around the house.
  • 04 The effects of salts on the freezing point of water. (Quick) [Exp]
  • 05 Fire must have air to burn. (Quick)
  • 06 Effect of Acids on teeth, bones and eggs [Exp]
  • 10 The effects of salts on the boiling point of water. (Quick) [Exp]
  • 01 Day Length - Why the day length changes in different days of the year? Calculate or record length of days and nights over a period of time; what effects do the changes have on things like household plants, pets, etc.
  • 02 Air Movement - Is air in your house the same temperature at floor level and near the ceiling? How could you spread heat more evenly through the house?
  • 03 Dew - Does it form on clear or cloudy nights? What other frost factors increase the amount of dew? Can you measure how much dew is formed in a square meter.
  • 04 Temperature. - How does the temperature change during the day? What time is usually the warmest? Can you construct your own thermometer to keep your own records.
  • 05 Rain - How does a rain gauge work? Measure the rainfall over a period of time and compare it with the daily weather reports. - Principles of cloud seeding and other weather modification.
  • 01 Personal observations on life cycle
  • 02 Feeding habitats
  • 03 Population, flies, bees, butterflies.
  • 04 What attracts insects? Heat or light?
  • 11 Plants and fertilizers [Exp]
  • 12 Minerals in foods (Compare foods or fruits for dissolved minerals) [Exp]
  • 21 How pet mice respond to different types of food (pellets, crushed, solid) [Exp]
  • 22 Taste Buds [Exp]
  • 31 Why do plants grow towards light? [Exp*]
  • 32 The effects of gravity on seed germination [Exp]
  • 33 How water moves through the plant [Exp*]
  • 34 How plants reproduce and factors that affect the process [Exp*]
  • 35 Why do plants move?
  • 36 How do plants get nitrogen [Exp]
  • 37 Does gravity affect plant growth? [Exp]
  • 41 The importance of earthworms to soil and plants [Exp]
  • 42 The effect of soil components and organic matter on growth of plants. [Exp]

Field Studies

  • 51 Plant and animal life in the school grounds
  • 52 Plants and animal life in a creek or stream
  • 53 Plants and animal life in a grassy field
  • 54 Plants and animal life in a tree
  • 55 Plants and animal life in a home garden
  • 56 Plants and animal life in a balanced aquarium
  • 57 Plants and animal life during winter x

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50 of the Best Science Fair Project Ideas for Kids

  • February 10, 2021

So you have a science fair coming up at school and want to make a project that’s sure to win a prize ribbon? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Choosing the right project requires plenty of research. That’s why we’ve rounded up the best science fair projects ideas to help you along your search.

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These 50 science fair project ideas are all great for kids- early and older elementary school students, with a few suitable for middle school students as well. Make a topic that fascinates you, come up with a hypothesis, and see what happens next!

Plus, once you’ve chosen your topic, use this science fair project how-to video from NASA as a helpful guide.

Important note: Some of these science fair projects require the help or supervision of an adult. Always make sure an older family member is nearby and knows what you’re doing as you work on these projects.

1. With this science fair experiment , you can learn what factors affect melting ice.

2. Try this magic milk experiment for an easy science fair project that younger students can accomplish.

3. How much sun does a seed need to sprout? Discover the answer by trying this project you can easily complete from home.

4. Build your own water clock and see how well you can get it to measure time.

5. If you’re interested in a little microbiology, try out this egg cell experiment .

6. What’s the best way to prevent apples from browning? Find out for yourself and make sure to record the results.

7. Do birds eat more food if it is a certain color? Find out with this intriguing experiment .

8. Discover how clouds turn water vapors into rain and diagram a few common types of clouds through this kid-friendly science fair project .

9. Make your own plant cell model using styrofoam and playdough.

10. Learn about aerodynamics by experimenting with paper airplane shapes and seeing which one flies best.

11. Learn how to accelerate the rusting process with this quick and thought-provoking science project .

12. Want to learn about water and density for your project? Perform this floating egg experiment and try out the follow-up questions at the bottom.

13. This project about bending light is perfect for older elementary school students who want to dip their toes into physics.

14. This biology-based science experiment asks, “Will plants grow towards a specific light source?”

15. Learn about greenhouse gases with this science fair idea .

16. Experiment with what makes fruit ripen quickly and write down your results to present at your science fair.

17. Use this hands-on experiment to explore how carbonated drinks affect teeth.

18. Which factors affect evaporation? Find out for yourself with this project that’s perfect for students who can complete it with a little adult supervision.

19. Find out which types of toothpaste work the best and, after measuring your results, try and come up with a conclusion.

20. If the weather is warm out during your science fair, try building a solar oven .

21. For a simple chemistry project , you can make sugar crystals and see what material works best for growing them.

22. Which common material is the best heat conductor? Find out with this science fair project that can be done with adult supervision, as it needs boiling water.

23. Craft your own thermos bottle and test it out for a project all about insulation.

24. Make a DIY thermometer and test it out for a practical and hands-on science project.

25. Try this celery experiment to learn how plant capillaries work.

26. How does the air temperature affect movement? Try one of these fun science fair project ideas as a model for your own experiment.

27. If you’re passionate about the environment, try this recycling experiment for your science fair project

28. How does paint color affect drying time? Make your predictions and test it out for yourself.

29. Learn which soil is best for growing tomatoes if your science fair takes place during warm weather.

30. Build your own lemon battery and see if you can get it to work to learn about electricity.

31. If you want to try the epitome of science fair projects, try making a science fair volcano.

32. How much sugar is in different popular foods? If you’re interested in health science, try this fascinating experiment .

33. If you’d rather look at prompts and create your own project, use these science fair questions for inspiration.

34. Does music affect plant growth? Discover for yourself with this project .

35. Do you need science fair project ideas that will encourage others to recycle? Learn about how to make your own paper .

36. If you have a few furry friends in your neighborhood, consider testing if dogs are colorblind with this project .

37. How does temperature affect air pressure in a ball? Find out the answer with this sporty science project .

38. Build your own pulley and see what kinds of objects you can make it carry.

39. Learn a little about chemistry with this science fair experiment that asks which paper towels are the most absorbent.

40. What is the dirtiest spot in the average home? Find the answer by cultivating bacteria growth in this experiment .

41. Discover how to test thermal energy by observing water temperature.

42. Can you grow seeds with liquids other than water? Find out with this kid-friendly science experiment .

43. This Sun or Shade science fair projec t is perfect for elementary school students.

44. This cool science fair project asks an intriguing question about insect biology: what sweetener do ants prefer?

45. Make a working model of lungs for a science fair project that’s sure to fascinate.

46. Want to try a science fair project that can only end with tasty treats? Bake some cookies and try one of these sweet experiments .

47. Interested in astronomy? Try out this experiment that teaches why the moon’s shape seems to change every day.

48. What are the effects of disinfectant on germs? Use this science fair project as inspiration for your own.

49. Put your math skills to the test with this science fair project centered around the game tic tac toe.

50. What’s stronger: magnetism or gravity? Find out with this science fair experiment that’s perfect for early elementary students.

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Do your children take part in a science fair or have science projects to do at school or home? Do you need a bit of inspiration to create an amazing science project ? I’ve pulled together some brilliant kids science project ideas to get you started! 

Kids of any age from preschoolers up to high school kids can enjoy investigating, experimenting and creating cool science projects just for fun or to understand more about chemistry, biology, physics, plants, ecology and more. 

If you’re really stuck for an idea, try thinking about a s cience question to answer and go from there!

Expand on our ideas to make a winning science project everyone will LOVE!

Awesome science projects - includes model brain, bean in a jar, air pressure demo and more.Simple science projects for kids #scienceprojects #scienceforkids

Astronomy Projects for Kids

We love these gorgeous constellation geoboards from Babble Dabble Do.

Learn about why craters form and why they are different sizes with this easy project using different size marbles dropped into flour and hot chocolate powder.

Find out why we have night and day with this fun activity on Let’s Lasso the Moon.

Try one of these amazing space experiments  perfect for a full afternoon of space themed fun complete with FREE printables so you can just gather the resources and go!

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Learn how filters work by cleaning up dirty water. You can use kitchen roll, coffee filters or even sand and stones for this one.

Learn about earthquakes and foundations with this amazing edible earthquake projec t .

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Find out why food decays or goes bad with this rotting apple test.

Discover why popping candy pops !

Make a red cabbage indicator and test substances to see if they’re acids or alkalis. You can even make your own red cabbage filter paper !

Vinegar, baking soda and red cabbage indicator

Find out which substance freezes firs t in this fun activity from No time for Flash Cards.

Make egg geodes like Tinkerlab. We haven’t tried these yet, but they are on my list to do before Easter this year.

How about the good old Coke and Mento experiment ? Remember to drop the mento in the coke as fast as you can to get the biggest explosion. We recently tried with lemonade and fruit mentos and it didn’t work well at all, so I’d stick with the mint version and good old coke!

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Find out why eggshells are are strong and learn about domes in this fun activity making and testing bridges.

Test the viscosity of different substance s in our giant viscosity race. In my new book Snackable Scienc e we test the viscosity of different ketchups to add a bit of context.


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Investigate why plan ts need water , how they make energy to grow   or l earn about germination with a bean in a jar.

Make some pretty coloured flowers or celery and investigate the process of transpiration .

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Create a model of a plant cell using jello!

Kids Science Projects – Nature

Make a wormery and find our why worms are so useful.

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Investigate the best way to stop slugs eating plants .

Kids Science Projects  – Human Biology

Investigate heart rate and how it changes when you exercise or build a pumping heart model .

Make a model brain and learn about the different structures inside the brain.

Model Brain made from play dough

Kids Engineering Projects

Can you make a balloon powered LEGO car ? This is a bit tricky, but toally worth the effort!

Create your very own drinks dispenser using the power of air pressure!

Learn about elasticity with a catapult . Little Bins for Little Hands has some great catapults too.

Make a homemade instrument and learn about sound absorption and reflection .

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Nurture Store has a lovely post about growing crystals

These explosive chemistry experiments are sure to impress everyone!

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 This Art Bot is a great electronics project for kids or we really enjoyed making our light up street too!

Easy Science Projects for Kids - great experiments, investigations and cool science projects for kids #scienceforkids #scienceprojects

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