Science Fair Projects
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?
Make this vinegar and baking soda balloon and demonstrate how gas is created as a result of the chemical reaction.
In this project, you will learn how to make sugar crystals, as well as what amount of time and sugar is required.
This project determines whether Styrofoam, paper, or plastic cups are best for preventing ice from melting.
Find out whether a longer airplane will fly farther or a wider paper airplane.
Can a toy car determine the strength of a magnet? In this cool magnet science fair project, young scientists will learn how to measure the strength of a magnet.
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.
Science fair project which uses coins flips to visually demonstrate the probability of an event and how to express it.
Compare animal and plant fats and observe, and record, and draw conclusions about their similarities and differences.
This basketball project explores the best way to make the perfect shot every time.