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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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Learn about this simple machine and make a pulley of your own to use for fun science trials.
Second Grade
Physics
Glass is see-through, but usually you can still see that it is there. In this experiment, we use baby oil to make glass go completely invisible.
Elementary School
Fifth Grade
This science experiment tests whether warm or cold water works best in making cut flowers last longer.
Elementary School
Second Grade
There are many benefits to bugs and insects. This science project shows how cockroaches, termites, and other critters benefit our planet.
Elementary School
Second Grade
The project determines the forces that cause paper airplanes to fly and determine which type of paper airplane flies the farthest.
Elementary School
Second Grade
This project investigates the affect of storage temperature on microwave popcorn.
Elementary School
Third Grade
Using an empty tennis ball can and a swimming pool, you will determine if it's possible to have a conversation under water.
Elementary School
Third Grade
This science project explores the concept of being opaque or clear. Can you make something clear opaque? Or something opaque clear?
Third Grade
Easy
This experiment tests which gender is better at catching how a magician performs his tricks.
Elementary School
Fifth Grade
Wonder why bugs always fly around your lights at night? This experiment determines whether insects are attracted to the heat or the light.
Elementary School
Fifth Grade
Ever wonder why refrigerator lights turn off when you close the door? Does the darkness prevent food from spoiling? This experiment, determines just that.
Elementary School
Third Grade
This science experiment has students test whether a snail moves faster on concrete or dirt.
Elementary School
First Grade

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