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Children interested in engineering, applied math, or computer science will love this collection of applied science projects for kids. For kids who don't want to just make a paper mache volcano and call it a day, this collection of applied science experiments challenges them to explore the places where science and everyday life intersect, prompting them to build some cool things and address some intriguing questions.

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In this science experiment, do tensile strength test on fishing line, a strand of hair, a rubber band, and any other materials you're curious about!
Engineering
Fifth Grade
In this fun science experiment, make a balloon car and test it on different surfaces to learn about sliding friction and rolling friction.
Engineering
Sixth Grade
In this project students learn about the golden ratio and investigate if it can be used to predict people's assessment of beauty in others.
Applied Science
Applied Mathematics
In this cool science fair project, kids apply basic algebra to learn how to make a PVC pipe instrument while exploring concepts like frequency and resonance.
Applied Mathematics
Ninth Grade
In this windmill model science project, you will build a windmill to learn about wheel-and-axle machines and how these simple machines are used to do work.
Engineering
Fifth Grade
Kids construct a single fixed pulley system to learn how pulleys can make work easier in this cool physics and engineering science fair project idea.
Engineering
Second Grade
In this science fair project, learn how to make gears and find out why they transmit torques in predictable ways.
Engineering
Fifth Grade
Kids will learn about insulation, heat conduction, and the economic benefits of energy efficient windows in this cool science fair project.
Engineering
Fifth Grade
How good are humans at sound localization? Kids can try this cool science fair project idea to see how good their friends are at judging sound direction.
Applied Mathematics
Fifth Grade
Is the birthday paradox really a paradox, or just an intriguing problem that defies intuition? Find out with this birthday paradox science fair project.
Applied Science
High School

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