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Elementary School Science Fair Project Ideas

Education.com's elementary school science fair projects expose kids to a broad range of opportunities for scientific inquiry, arming them with the tools and knowledge they need to answer their questions about the world around them. Elementary school science experiments are a great way to demonstrate important concepts in physics and chemistry, while our elementary school science fair project ideas equip kids with carefully explained procedures that yield enlightening results.

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Science fair project that examines what causes thunder and why a thunderclap sounds so loud. How is lightening related to the creation of sound waves?
Second Grade
Third Grade
Play with balance and simple engineering as you hurry to create a sturdy rock tower.
Second Grade
Engineering
Can you dig it? This science experiment isn't for kids who like to keep their hands clean.
First Grade
Engineering
This science fair project idea teaches kids the different functions of a leaf.
Elementary School
Botany
This science fair project idea examines how well individuals can remember a story they were told and how accurately they pass that story along.
Elementary School
Fifth Grade
How does salinity affect the point at which water freezes? Kids will find out by performing this cool melting ice experiment.
Third Grade
Easy
This science fair project idea builds models of various types of bridges and then  determines which bridge design is the strongest.
Fifth Grade
Hard
In this fun experiment, we'll find out how color affects heat absorption!
Fifth Grade
Weather and Climate
This is a quick, easy science fair project that conveys the idea of density to preschool and early elementary children.
Kindergarten
First Grade
Want to see a great example of Newton's first law? Kids will learn about basic physics with this fun, ballistic experiment.
Fourth Grade
Physics
What's the science behind those out-of-sight roots? Find out if you can trick roots into growing in different directions.
Second Grade
Botany

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