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Fifth Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

Education.com's 5th grade science projects enable kids to apply everything they've learned over the course of their elementary school careers in order to discover some pretty cool and new things about the world around them. In addition to setting up more sophisticated experimental procedures, 5th graders can analyze their results using more sophisticated math, and may begin to acquire an appreciation for large sample sizes and their ability to produce more reliable averages. Browse our rich collection of 5th grade science fair projects by clicking the boxes to the left to filter your results by scientific subtopic to find fantastic 5th grade science fair projects or enlightening 5th grade science experiments for your young scientist.

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This science fair project demonstrates the principles of reflection through simple experiments involving mirrors and light.
Fifth Grade
Elementary School
The goal of this science fair experiment is to demonstrate the effects of air pressure on objects and analyze applications of air pressure principles.
Fifth Grade
Elementary School
Various fabrics retain heat differently. The objective of this science fair project is to determine which kinds of fabrics most effectively retain heat.
Fifth Grade
Elementary School
In this project, several food items are tested to determine whether they contain starch.
Fifth Grade
Chemistry
The project examines absorbent polymers absorbency in disposable diapers and their unique ecological problem to the environment.
Fifth Grade
Elementary School

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