Observe how your brain works while it is focused on one thing, and how it works while you are distracted by another thing.
In this experiment you explore how tectonic plates move to create land and expand bodies of water.
In this science fair project, we'll use a liquid crystal thermometer to find out whether exercising makes a difference in people's temperature.
Science fair project that determines whether cooling eggs helps them be peeled more easily. Compare the time it took to peel each egg.
This project compares the strength of one, two, and three-ply toilet paper.
Find out whether a longer airplane will fly farther or a wider paper airplane.
The project determines the forces that cause paper airplanes to fly and determine which type of paper airplane flies the farthest.
Discover whether cold or hot water from the faucet will boil faster on the stove.
In this experiment you will replicate the mummification process by making a hot dog mummy.
This project determines whether Styrofoam, paper, or plastic cups are best for preventing ice from melting.
Do you love to make Jell-O? Find out in this science fair project idea if it is possible to make Jell-O with just warm water.
In this project, the fingerprints of family members are compared to determine if people from the same family have similar fingerprints.
This science fair project investigates whether tapping the top or the side of the can will stop a vigorously-shaken can of soda from exploding.
The goal of this fun science fair project idea is to microwave candy and investigate: do some colors of M&Ms melt faster than others?
Most people assume that cold water freezes more quickly, but could that be false? Does hot water freeze faster than cold water? Let's find out!
How does a compass work? What's a magnetic field? Kids will build their own compass at home to find the answers in this great science fair project idea.
How can we describe the relationship of magnetic field strength vs. distance? Kids will find out with this free science fair project idea.
How does distance affect the spreading of light? Kids see diffraction and the inverse square law of light in action with this great science fair project idea.
Kids will learn how to show the direction of magnetic field lines and create a permanent model using iron filings in this great science fair project idea.
This science fair project idea explores how the shape of a boat affects its density and how much weight it can float.
Marshmallows are made of sugar, water, and air pockets. Since the marshmallow is flexible, will air pressure cause it to expand when heated in a microwave?
Is there a relationship between caffeine and heart rate? Students will determine the effect of caffeine on heart rate in this fun science fair project.
This science fair project teaches students the differences between fruits and vegetables.
This science fair project idea determines which method of hand cleansing is the most effective.
This science fair project idea determines if the temperature of rubber effects how high it bounces.
What is elasticity? Students will investigate how this concept applies to bouncing ball physics by testing the bounces of balls made out of different materials.