Third, Fourth, Fifth Grade Science Activities
In this project children discover, identify, and sort seeds from a variety of fruits and vegetables
In this science fair project, you'll make a "ghost" appear in a test tube, and learn about what happens when hot water and cold water interact.
In this science fair project, students test how objects float and sink in liquids of different densities.
This science experiment examines the role of fat in food, especially in making bread rise and whipping cream.
This science fair project explores how osmotic pressure forces water through the root up into the plant.
This science fair project will help students learn about non-vascular plants, such as mosses.
This science fair project idea creates an air pressure differential and explores various differentials using varying materials.
This science fair project idea explores how the shape of a boat affects its density and how much weight it can float.
This science fair project what causes a soda eruption and what kinds of candy create this effect?
This science fair project idea determines how much sugar is in each type of drink.
This science fair idea project identifies the active ingredients in soap and experiments with the properties of soap.
This science fair project idea compares the mass and density of objects.
How greasy are your potato chips? Students will use a reliable method to quantify greasiness and compare different brands in this great science fair project.
Learn about endothermic and exothermic reactions and energy exchange by experimenting with temperature change in chemical reactions.
This project tests the feasibility of earthworms as a means of recycling kitchen waste into fertile garden soil.
How does smell affect taste? Ready your taste buds--in this project, you'll gather some test subjects and do a taste test to see how much smell affects taste.
This science project uses Mohsâ Hardness Test to show kids how to compare the hardness of different types of minerals.
This science fair project idea explores whether there is a connection to the color a person wears and the way their emotional state is perceived by others.
This science fair project idea investigates how magnetism can defy the force of gravity.
This science fair project idea attempts to train a worm to complete a simple maze in order to find out if worms can learn and remember.
This science fair project creates a visual model of whatâs happening to sound waves as a car approaches and then leaves.
In this free science fair project idea, we model the movement of worms and fish by analyzing their swim bladder and peristalsis movement methods.
This science fair project idea explores the different parts of the human ear and models how the human ear reacts to sound waves.
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 fun elementary school science fair project idea helps students in designing an amusement park using their knowledge of forces and simple machines.
Looking for a fun project on energy? Check out this fun elementary school science fair project idea that demonstrates chemical energy in a bottle.
This science fair project examines how seeds hitchhike on animals and clothing.