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.
Demonstrate how static electricity can cause an object to move. It also examines just how an object affected by static electricity will move.
Science fair project which evaluates different athletic shoes in order to find out whether any of them affect a person's ability to run.
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.
This science fair project idea provides evidence that air is everywhere and takes up space.
This science fair project has kids conduct a blindfolded taste test to determine how smell influences our ability to taste foods.
Who can hold their breath longer, smokers or non-smokers? Find out in this science fair project idea!
Why does honey crystallize? This science fair project project answers this question and identifies the variable that makes this sweet solute crystallize faster.
Find out whether matte or shiny nail polish lasts longer.
Science fair project that examines how temperature affects density and how density in turn affects the behavior of helium gas.
In this science fair project, students create their own miniature salt flats at home.
Do thick liquids flow faster than thin liquids? Examine water and syrup's viscosity and inertia to learn about the Reynolds Number, laminar and turbulent flow.
Learn about endothermic and exothermic reactions and energy exchange by experimenting with temperature change in chemical reactions.
Science fair project that helps you better understand density by comparing the relative densities of cans of Coke and Diet Coke.
This science fair project idea investigates the difference in reaction times between boys and girls.
In this sound experiment children listen for differences as they tap on a bag of air, a bag of water, and a wooden block held up to their ears.
This science fair project idea investigates how magnetism can defy the force of gravity.
The objective of this science fair project is to examine the basic principles of air pressure using simple materials like a balloon, straw and string.
Did you ever add salt to pasta? Did it help cook the pasta faster? If not, find out in this science fair project idea.
Science fair project that determines whether mass and weight are the same or different.
This experiment will demonstrate the separation of polymers by melting Styrofoam cups with nail polish remover.
Do different types of oil mix or stack? Find out in this science fair project idea!
What's the difference between centripetal and centrifugal force? High school students will find out by seeing both in action while conducting this experiment.
Science fair project that determines whether cooling eggs helps them be peeled more easily. Compare the time it took to peel each egg.