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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 science project, learn about water transport in plants and make a beautiful dyed floral arrangement with cohesion, adhesion, and xylem tubes!
Botany
Third Grade
Tree rings can tell the age of the tree but also information about the world. This science experiment uses tree stumps to discover new facts.
Botany
Fourth Grade
In this project combining nature, art, math, and science, children make rubbings of leaves then observe shapes and structures and sort the leaf images.
Elementary School
Botany
This science fair project idea explores plant growth from a bulb, root, and a stem and investigates asexual plant reproduction.
Elementary School
Botany
This science project teaches students to classify different shapes of leaves.
Botany
Fourth Grade
How do fish breathe? How do gills work? In this science project, learn about aquatic respiration and find a fish's breathing rate in different temperatures.
Zoology
Fourth Grade
Learn about the fruit fly life cycle in this experiment. Capture fruit flies to examine various stages of insect metamorphosis.
Life Science
Zoology

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