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Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

Looking for chemistry science fair project ideas? Find detailed and cool chemistry experiments for kids to use for science fair projects or just to learn about the world around them. With easy science projects for elementary school students and more advanced chemistry science projects for older students, Education.com's science fair resource has what you need for an afternoon of fun science!

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This science fair project determines if heat will be released or absorbed during certain acid/base chemical reactions.
Middle School
Chemistry
What is a solid?  What is a liquid?  What is a non-Newtonian liquid?  Explore all these questions in this free science fair project idea.
Middle School
Chemistry
In this science fair project, find out about the oxidation process in bananas and whether the addition of vitamin c can inhibit oxidation.
Middle School
Chemistry
In this science fair project, learn how to separate the parts of ink. Use Education.com to find free and fun science fair project ideas!
Middle School
Chemistry
How does stirring a liquid affect the rate at which a material dissolves in the solution? Find out with this science project using a straw and sugar cubes!
Middle School
Chemistry
A hydrometer is an instrument used to compare the density (mass per unit volume) of a liquid substance to the density of pure water. Learn how to make one!
Middle School
Chemistry
The aim of this science fair project is to examine the differences between brands of bottled water and analyze consumer preferences through a taste test.
Middle School
Chemistry
This science fair project idea identifies the properties of soap bubbles and invents a new or improved bubble solution.
Middle School
Chemistry
Matter is anything that has mass and volume. In this science fair project, learn about the three common phases of matter: solid, liquid, and gas.
Middle School
Chemistry
In this free science fair project idea, we learn about how and why fresh water and salt water solutions change temperature at different rates (specific heat).
Middle School
Chemistry

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