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Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

Great selection of middle school science fair project ideas. These science fair projects can help you find middle school level ideas for your science fair.

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Science fair project that determines whether moths are attracted to one color of light more than others.
Middle School
Medium
Science fair project that models the effect of global warming on the ocean's circulation.
Middle School
High School
Science fair project that determines the correlation between the ability of selected materials to conduct heat and a material's density.
Middle School
Hard
Science fair project that compares tap water and bottled water for the presence of common impurities.
Middle School
Medium
Test marble and limestone to determine if acid rain is harmful enough to damage buildings and stone monuments.
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Get cool physics science fair project ideas for advanced middle school and high school students on the power of air pressure by using soda can as an example.
Middle School
High School
Determine how salinity affects the circulation of warm and cold water. Note whether the warm water mixes or forms a layer with cold water.
Middle School
Hard
Formulate a hypothesis and use the scientific method to determine the guess what is hidden in a box. Test abilities of volunteers, without opening box.
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
This middle school science fair project determines whether DNA is most easily extracted from under-ripe, ripe, or over-ripe strawberries.
Seventh Grade
Genetics
Measure the effectiveness of detergent containing a UV-absorbing compound in blocking UV-A radiation. Use black light and UV detecting beads.
Middle School
High School
How well can people recall what they have observed. Test your knowledge in this fun experiment.
Middle School
Elementary School
Examine the influence of the phase of the moon on moisture capillarity in garden soil. Measure and record the depth at which water is first detected.
Middle School
Hard
Compare ability of selected materials to block UV-A radiation. Shine black light though glass at detecting beads underneath. Note color intensity.
Middle School
Medium

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