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Statistical Frequency Of Red Light Running: A Comparative Study

The purpose of this science fair project is to show a high incidence of drivers running through red and yellow traffic lights.

Geography, Latitude, and the North Star: Where Am I?

Find the North Star, and measure your latitude! The purpose of this science fair project is to find latitude and learn about geographic locations.

Instant Flies: Can Worms Grow From Decaying Bananas?

Where do flies come from? Can flies grow from a brown decaying bananas? Do this free science fair project and see if flies grow from bananas.

Grass Turning Yellow: Chlorosis

Here is a cool and easy science project to determine the rate of chlorophyll breaks down and how it affects the color change of grass from green to yellow.

How to Separate Salt from Water

In this free science fair project, learn how to separate salt from water using heat. A great science project for elementary school kids.

Indicators: How do Scientists Gather Clues to Climates of the Past?

In this free science fair project idea, we learn about how scientists use indicators to predict the earth's climate and geology many years ago.

Dripstones: What are Stalactites and Stalagmites?

In this free science fair project, explore how dripstones are form in cave. Use Education.com for more science fair project ideas!

Sun Print: How Solar Energy Creates Chemical Changes

In this science fair project, we'll explore how blocking the sun's light can stop those can stop photosensitive paper from changing color.

Splitters: How Can Seeds Break Rocks Apart?

In this free science fair project, experiment and explore how small seeds can break rocks apart. Use Education.com for more free science fair projects!

Windy: How Can the Speed of Wind be Measured?

How do you measure the speed of wind? It's measured using an anemometer. This free science project will teach you how to make an anemometer.

The Cooling Effect of Wind

Explore how wind is produced and get a demonstration on the cooling effect of wind in this breezy science fair project idea.

Highs and Lows: How Can Low Air Pressure be Determined?

A barometer measures air pressure. Learn how to make a barometer in this free science fair project. A great project for elementary students.

Rainy: How Do Raindrops Begin?

When there are dark clouds, rain is expected but how do raindrops begin? Do this free science fair project and explore the formation of raindrops.

Dirty Air

This science fair project idea's objective is to understand the concept of air pollution and examine the quality of air in our environments.

How to Make A Thermometer

Kids will learn how to make a thermometer to to explore liquid density in this great science fair project. Which liquids are affected by temperature the most?

Deciduous Forest Animals

In this fun science fair project idea get info on hibernation and explore how animals survive extreme weathers by adapting to seasonal climate changes.

Moon Mapping: What Changes, If Any, Occur in the Moon's Apparent Shape From Day to Day?

Find this fun science fair project idea for elementary school students explaining the reasons for the Moon's apparent change in shape from day to day.

Stormy: What is the Eye of a Hurricane?

Step by step free science fair project idea for you to explore the center of the hurricane and why the eye of the hurricane is motionless.

Zap!: What Happens When Static Electricity is Discharged?

What happens when static electricity is discharged? In this free science fair project, explore some sparks when electrons are discharged.

Diggers: What Kinds of Insects Live in Soil?

What kinds of insects live in soil? Find out with this fun science fair project! Use Education.com to find free science fair project ideas!

Warm-Blooded: How Is Water Used to Lower an Animal’s Body Temperature?

In this free science fair project idea we learn how warm blooded mammals keep their body temperature warm.

Temperature, Air Humidity and Static Electricity

What's the relationship between temperature, air humidity and static electricity? Kids will find out with this free static electricity science fair project.

Twister: What is the Shape of a Tornado?

Complete this free science fair project using plastic bottles, duct tape, and water and explore the formation and shape of tornadoes.

What Causes Dew?

In this simple science project, learn about what causes dew and what affects dew formation with a drinking glass, ice, and a soda bottle.

Specific Heat of Water vs. Specific Heat of Sand

What heats up fasterâwater or soil? 5th grade students test the specific heat of water against the specific heat of sand in this great science fair project.

How Does Frost Form?

How does frost form? How fast does it form? Do this simple science project using a plastic glass, rock salt and some water to learn about deposition.

How Do Weather Conditions Affect How Fast a Puddle Evaporates?

In this science fair project, kids measure how weather conditions affect how fast a puddle evaporates.

Changed: How Does Oxygen Weather a Rock?

In this free science fair project, learn how oxygen changes rock into an orange or reddish brown colors. Use Education.com for science fair project ideas!

Meteorologist for a Day

This experiment challenges students to forecast the weather based on the surrounding areas' weather.

Fronts: What are Fronts?

What are fronts? Do this free science project using cooking oil, and some water and see how and why fronts are formed. A great project for elementary students.

Cloud Maker: How Does a Cloud Form?

How does cloud form and what causes its formation? Do this free science fair project and see how and why clouds form. Great project for elementary students.

Hairy: How Does Hair Keep Animals Warm?

In this free science free project, let's experiment on why and how hair keep animals warm in the cold weather. A great project for elementary kids.

Up and Down: How Can You Make a Model of a Fahrenheit Thermometer?

Let's make a model of a fahrenheit thermometer! Do this free science fair project and make a thermometer and explore how temperature affects thermometer.

Blue Sky: How do Particles in the Atmosphere Cause the Sky to Look Blue and the Sun to Look Yellow?

Why does the sky look blue? Why does the sun look yellow? Do this free science fair project and find out why. A great science project for elementary students.

Straight On!: How Does the Curved Shape of the Earth Affect the Climate Throughout the World?

How does the curved shape of the earth affect the world's climate? In this free science fair project, you can find why. A great science project for kids.

The Hydrologic Cycle

In this science fair project, learn how to model the hydrologic cycle, the continuous interchange of water between the oceans, land, plants, and clouds.

The Hydrologic Cycle: The Movement of Water from Place to Place

In this free science fair project idea, we model the hydrologic cycle of water movement.

Super Coooool Snow

Check out this super cooool science project idea to have fun with snow and explore what it contains and how it is formed in highland tundra.

The Effect of Ambient Temperature on the Ability to Rock and Roll

This science fair project idea measures physical dexterity as a function of temperature.

Where Are All the Nitrates Coming From?

This project researches where the nitrates in the stream Gravel Run are coming from.

Water Cycle

In this science fair project, you will model the water cycle and learn about evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection.

Satellites

A satellite is a body that orbits a celestial body. In this science fair project, find out why satellites orbit Earth.

Effect of Changes in Air Pressure on Wind Velocity

Here is a fun science project for middle school students about Pressure Gradient Force and how different temperatures, pressures and velocity are correlated.

Evaluating Peak Load and Noise Pollution in Different Types of Asphalt

This science fair project determines if noise pollution from tire contact may be reduced by the use of different types of road surfaces.

Developing a Water Quality Model

The projects describes the correlation between Gravel Run and Centreville Landing in terms of pH, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and temperature.

Can't Do a Thing with Your Hair? Think Again!

What can you do with hair after its cut? This science project teaches you practical uses for human hair.

Go with the Flow: Why are Lighthouses Round?

Lighthouses are built to stand the test of wind! The goal of this project is to test cylindrically shaped items.

House Hunting: What a Bluebird Looks For in a Home

This science project attempts to answer the question, "What are the elements of a bluebird's habitat?"

Greenhouse Effect: Does the Physical Characteristics of Surface Materials Affect Climate?

Fun and easy science fair project for middle school students on Greenhouse effect and how the physical characteristics of surface materials affect climate.

Snow

In this science fair project, you will learn how to determine how much air is in snow. Use Education.com to find fun and free science fair project ideas!

Ping Pong Ball Anemometer

Learn how to make a ping pong ball anemometerâa device used to measure wind speedâin this free science fair project idea.

Kite Flying

Spring is here, do you want to learn how to make a kite? In this free science fair project, a step by step guide teaches you how to make great flying kite.

Barometric Changes: The Cause and Measurement of Air Pressure

Get free science fair project ideas for middle school and high school students that cover topics in earth science.

Got Salt? Comparing Salt Content During High and Low Tides

Does salt content vary by the different locations in the bay during high and low tides? Test your hypothesis!

Counting Air Particulate Matter

Is there more air particulate matter in an urban or rural environment? Test your knowledge with this science fair project.

How to Make an Anemometer

Learn how to make an anemometer with step-by-step instructions in this cool science fair project idea for 4th grade.

Determining the Ages of Trees

This project determines the age of a tree using a growth factor chart instead of cutting the tree down to count the rings in its base.

The Effect of Humidity and Temperature on Percussive Pitch

This science fair project idea quantifies the effect of weather- in this case temperature and humidity- on musical instruments.

The Greenhouse Effect: Heat Transfer in the Atmosphere

In this free science fair project idea, we learn about the Greenhouse Effect and how it keeps us warm on a global scale.

Seasons: Four Times of the Year

The four seasons are determined by the solar radiation. Using a flashlight and grid papers and do this science fair ideas and learn why we have four seasons.

Fender Bender Bumper Damage Resistance

The purpose of this science fair experiment is to determine which kind of bumper material would best survive a crash.

Determining Mold and Mechanical Deterioration Risk for an Artifact Storage Box

Check out this cool science fair project idea to explore the risk of mechanical deterioration of artifacts placed in a storage box due to mold outbreaks.

Thermometers: Old and New

Science fair project idea on designing a model of Galileo's thermometer and find relationship between the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales.

Foucault Pendulum and the Coriolis Effect

Check out this free high school science fair project to explore the physics of the Coriolis effect with a homemade Foucault Pendulum.

Launcher: How are Satellites Launched into Orbit Around the Earth?

In this free science fair project, explore how satellites launched into orbit around the Earth. Use Education.com for more free science fair project ideas!

Whether Weathervanes Predict Weather

Science fair project that determines the correlation between wind direction and subsequent weather patterns.

Does the Weather Really Affect Mood?

It has long been believed that weather influences mood and behavior. This experiment will evaluate if weather can really impact the way people feel.

Measure the Effectiveness of Homemade Barometers in Predicting Weather

Design and construct a Barometer and measure the effectiveness of homemade barometers in predicting weather in this fun and easy middle school science project.

Weather Phenomena: Formation of Clounds, Dew and Frost

Check out this fun middle school science fair project idea on weather phenomena like formation of clouds, dew and frost and laws determining behavior of gases.

Rain Forests and High Humidity: How to Measure Relative Humidity?

Explore fun facts about tropical rain forests and learn how to measure relative humidity in this cool science fair project idea.

Rain, Snow and More: Phases of Atmospheric Water

In this free science fair project idea, we learn about different forms of precipitation, such as snow, snowflakes and rain, and why they occur.

Hygrometers: Ways to Measure the Atmosphere's Water Content

In this free science fair project idea, we learn about how to calculate the humidity, or water vapor, in the air by constructing a hygrometer.

Atmospheric Energy: Unequal Heating by the Earth's Surface

In this free science fair project idea, we learn why areas closer to the equator are hotter than areas farther away from the equator.

Making Clouds: How to Make a Water Cycle Model

Kids will love making clouds and learning how to make a water cycle model in this fun science fair project idea that explores evaporation and precipitation.

Wind Speeds

In this science fair project, learn how to make a "windometer" to compare wind speeds. Use Education.com to find fun and free science fair project ideas!

How to Make a Hygrometer: Sling Psychrometer

Learn how to make a hygrometer to measure relative humidity in this project. Make a sling psychrometer hygrometer with gauze, thermometers, and a bottle.

Measuring Raindrops

What does a raindrop look like when it splashes on the ground? Is each raindrop unique like snowflakes? Find out how raindrop size varies in this experiment.

Pinecones

In this science fair project, you will determine how water affects a pinecone. Use Education.com to find free and fun science fair project ideas!

Fronts: Moving Air Masses

In this free science fair project idea, we learn about fronts and how they move about and affect the weather.

Windy Weather II: The Correlation Between Barometric Pressure and Wind Velocity

This science project researches the correlation between barometric pressure and wind velocity.

How to Create a Visual Doppler

This science fair project creates a visual model of whatâs happening to sound waves as a car approaches and then leaves.

Which Color Absorbs the Most Heat?

In this fun experiment, we'll find out how color affects heat absorption!

Bridge Project

This science fair project idea develops an understanding through experimentation of which shapes are the most structurally strong.

Playing with Probability

Science fair project idea helps conceptualize probability. Compare probabilities and outcomes of cards drawn from a standard playing deck.

Acid Rain: Should We Be Concerned?

This science fair project idea will be examining oxidation and acid rain

Hearing in Prairie Animals

Check out this cool project idea to explore if ear size matters and whether it can help an animal escape a predator.

Air Density, Convection, and the Movement of Air Molecules

In this science fair project, we learn how air molecules move as a result of density, convection, and air currents.

Heat Convection in Liquids

In this science experiment, observe convection currents forming and learn about how heat energy moves in liquids from hot to cooler areas through convection.

Light Absorption and Color Filters

Learn about where colors come from and how light absorption works in this fun experiment! All you need is a flashlight, construction paper, and cellophane!

Racing Against Sound: Doppler Effect

Check out this fun science fair project idea for advance middle and high school students on how the frequency of a sound is affected by the Doppler effect.

The Greenhouse Effect

In this science project, you will demonstrate the greenhouse effect and you will discover how materials of the Earth's surface affect the greenhouse effect.

Barometric Changes

In this science fair project, learn how to make a barometer to measure and compare atmospheric pressure in different places at different times.

What Section of a Town Has the Most Pollution in the Form of Airborne Particles

This science fair project idea determines which section of any given town contains the most airborne particles as pollution.

Flying in the Wind: Is the Wind Stronger Above the Ground?

Does wind speed vary at ground level in comparison to 30 or 40 feet off the ground? Test your knowledge and you decide!

Building a Cloud Chamber: Why Muons Should Not Be There

Get a cool physics science fair project idea for advance middle school and high school students on how to build a cloud chamber to make cosmic rays visible.

Soil Temperature & Global Warming

Measure soil temperature as a function of depth in the ground, and look for evidence of global warming responses in data.

Order in Chaos

This experiment will explore if a randomly iterated algorithm will result in a pattern.

Can the Life Span of a Bubble be Extended in Different Temperatures and Atmospheric Conditions?

Kids make strong bubbles to investigate the effect different additives have on bubble life in this cool science fair project idea.

Earthquakes: What Can We Learn from History?

This science project examines the history of earthquakes and what we can do to prevent future disasters.

What is Climate Change?

Analyze temperature and precipitation data to determine whether current weather conditions are outside the historical norm.

Determining if pH Increases as Standing Rainwater Evaporates

The purpose of this project is to examine whether rainwater becomes more acidic as it evaporates. Does less water make more acidity?

Shape of the Earth: What If?

What if the shape of the Earth weren't spherical? How does its shape affect our gravity, climate, and tides? Model these questions in this cool project!

Do It Yourself Weather!

This science project challenges students to take learned information about weather and climate control and apply it to larger issues like global warming.

Do We Need Heat for Solar Power?

Is temperature a requirement for solar energy uses? This project tests this theory and examines the amount of usable sunlight for solar-energy applications.

Gravity of Minerals

In this science fair project, you will learn a method to determine the specific gravity of minerals. Use Education.com for free science fair project ideas!

Topography: Highs and Lows of the Earth's Surface

Get free science fair project ideas for middle school and high school students that cover topics in earth science.

Can Limestone Be Used to Protect Pine Trees from Acid Rain?

Limestone is typically used to enrich soil in order to enhance the growth of grass and shrubbery. Can is also protect pine trees from acid rain?

Effect of Acid Rain on Dissolved Oxygen Concentration

Use a fish tank to simulate a pond! This science fair project explores the relationship between acid rain and the dissolved oxygen concentration of water.

Centigrade and Fahrenheit: What Do They Really Mean?

Thermometers are how we measure temperature, and we've all heard the terms "centigrade" and "Fahrenheit" tossed around, but what do they really mean?

When Air Masses Collide

In this science fair project, students use hot and cold water to simulate what happens when a warm front meets a cold one.

Can You Cook Using Only Sunlight?

Bake some cookies with an oven that collects sunlight and traps the shorter wavelengths (heat!).

How Has Climate Changed Over the Past 100 Years?

The purpose of this study is to determine empirically the actual change of the world's climate over the past 100 years.

Predict the Weather

Test your skills as a weather forecaster, and learn some science terms on the way!

Types of Clouds

Here's a beautiful science page to help your child learn the different types of clouds.

Water Works

Looking for a fourth grade worksheet to help your kid with science? This printable will test his knowledge of the water cycle.

Tornado Fill-In-the-Blank

A fill-in-the-blank exercise on tornadoes, made for fifth grade science students.

Winds: Air Masses in Motion

Let's learn science the fun way! Learn about winds and how air deflection - wind direction - by doing this activity. Education.com has many science activities.

Make It Rain: Bottle Rainstorm

Let's learn science the fun way! Learn about rain formation and how to create rain in this simple and fun activity. Education.com has many science activities.

Cloud Formation: The Cloudy Bottle

Let's learn science the fun way! Learn about cloud formation by doing this simple and fun activity. Education.com has many science activities.

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