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Looking for fun activities for middle school students? Check out Education.com's collection of fun and original middle school activities and educational middle school games! These include cool craft projects like how to make a CD curtain, exciting science projects like testing the conditions that lead to mold growth, and fun math drills like a rapid-fire integer card game. Use the boxes to the left to filter your results by topic, or simply browse through our collection to find that perfect middle school activity or game.

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Here's a way to make history both interesting and relevant: design a garden using plants that were used by people in colonial times!
Middle School
Nature Activities
Can you think of a way of cleaning dirty water using the sun? In this activity, you will be making a 'solar still' that is able to do just that!
Middle School
Nature Activities
In this activity, find out who the flowers' 'partners in crime' are by being a flower spy!
Middle School
Nature Activities
Did you know that August is American Artist Month? Your child can explore the art of photography by using a digital camera to capture the landscape around her.
Middle School
Nature Activities
A mixture of botany, exploration, Abstract Art and Pop Art color theoryâthis activity never gets dull! Start by exploring outdoors and finish with indoor art.
Middle School
Nature Activities
This exploration of different types of energy will help young minds appreciate and observe thermal, kinetic, mechanical, and other forms of energy.
Middle School
Outdoor Games

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