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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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Young physicists will wrestle with a discrepant event: the Hammer Ruler Trick. They'll make some inferences about torque, balance, and center of gravity.
Physics
Fifth Grade
Discover how and which salt melts ice the quickest.
Elementary School
Chemistry
Kids will explore the corrosiveness of soda in this cool science fair project by leaving pennies submerged in soda overnight.
Chemistry
First Grade
Learn about magnifying glasses, concave lenses and inverted images by sending rays of light through a magnifying glass in this cool science fair project!
Physics
Fourth Grade
In this science fair project, learn how to make gears and find out why they transmit torques in predictable ways.
Physics
Fifth Grade
Why doesn't the ocean freeze? Students answer this question by simulating the chemical composition and temperature of arctic waters in their own home.
Chemistry
Second Grade
This science fair project idea explores whether mint, known for its âcooling sensationâ really does lower temperatures.
Elementary School
Chemistry
In this CD hovercraft science project, students will construct their own DIY hovercraft.
Physics
Fourth Grade
Learn how starch and carbohydrates interact with different solvents in this fun and easy packing peanut science fair project.
Chemistry
First Grade
What is condensation? Little mad scientists will learn about condensation, states of matter, and air pressure by conducting this cool science experiment.
Physics
Fifth Grade

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