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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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In this fun science project, learn about what happens to cut fruit and experiment with how to stop apples from turning brown.
Botany
Fourth Grade
In this enlightening transpiration experiment, kids will explore how the loss of water from plants through transpiration contributes to the water cycle.
Botany
Third Grade
This science fair project will help students learn about non-vascular plants, such as mosses.
Botany
Second Grade
This project explores whether plants can live and grow when 'watered' with juice, soda, or milk.
Elementary School
Botany
In this science project, learn about water transport in plants and make a beautiful dyed floral arrangement with cohesion, adhesion, and xylem tubes!
Botany
Third Grade
This science fair project idea explores plant growth from a bulb, root, and a stem and investigates asexual plant reproduction.
Elementary School
Botany
Elementary School
Botany
This science fair project teaches about mold. Students will test different foods to see which grow mold the fastest.
Elementary School
Botany

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