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How to Stop Soda From Exploding

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.

How Does Salinity and Temperature Affect the Density of Water?

The objective of this science fair project is to analyze the effects of salinity and temperature on water.

Doing Forensics with Paper Chromatography!

This science fair project uses paper chromatography to investigate whether black, brown, orange, and purple are pure colors or mixtures of other colors.

The Effects of Temperature on Bounce

This science fair project idea determines if the temperature of rubber effects how high it bounces.

Sugar Crystallization

This science fair project idea explores the different properties & interactions of sugar molecules.

Separating Mixtures

This science fair project idea explores the different properties of matter.

Self-Inflating Balloons

In this science fair project, kids start a chemical reaction that will make a balloon inflate itself!

Yeast Lab: Antifungal Agents

What does yeast eat? Sugar, of course. But yeast also has some powerful enemies in the form of antifungal agents! Kids test them out in this fun yeast lab.

Falling Objects Revisited

This science fair project idea discovers whether there are some objects that do not fall at a constant rate.

Balloon Rocket Experiment

Kids conduct a cool balloon rocket experiment in this fun science fair project idea. Does a greater volume of air mean a greater distance traveled?

Desalination

This science fair project idea produces consumable fresh water from salt water through desalination.

How to Inflate a Balloon Using Baking Soda and Vinegar

Check out this fun science fair project to make a vinegar and baking soda balloon and demonstrate how gas is created as a result of the chemical reaction.

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