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Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

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Discover that the absorbency of fabrics depend largely on the shape and structure of the individual fibers that make up the fabric.
Middle School
Elementary School
In this science fair project, you will make a polymer. Use Education.com to find fun and free science fair project ideas!
Middle School
Easy
In this science project, you will watch a chemical reaction and study the transformation of a solid tablet mixed with water to a gas, as indicated by bubbles.
Middle School
Easy
Devise list of randomly chosen words, test how many words volunteers can remember. Compare results of adults and children. Which have better memories?
Middle School
Medium
Research information on vitamin content in foods, Examine the effect of vitamins, test organic samples of fruits, meats, grains for vitamin content.
Middle School
Hard
This science fair project idea determines which brand of batteries have the longest life.
Middle School
Elementary School
Science fair project that determines whether increased levels of ultraviolet radiation are harmful to the growth of lettuce plants.
Sixth Grade
Seventh Grade
Science fair project that examines how light wavelengths affect photosynthesis in the aquatic plant: Elodea.
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
Science fair project about work and energy which uses a simple mathematical formula to predict how far a jar will roll down an incline.
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Science fair project that helps you better understand density by comparing the relative densities of cans of Coke and Diet Coke.
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade
Science fair project that examines how tsunamis travel by simulating a tsunami moving around an island. You will generate a pretend tsunami in a swimming pool.
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade
Did you know that no 2 people have the exact same fingerprints? In this science project, learn about three basic fingerprint patterns: whorl, loop, and arch.
Middle School
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