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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 idea explores whether the types and brands of faucet filters are relevant to their performance.
Middle School
Chemistry
Science fair project that demonstrates that rotting food attracts insects that lay eggs on it.
Middle School
Chemistry
Create an organic plastic product using vinegar and cream. Track decomposition over course of several weeks. Compare decomposition with traditional plastics.
Middle School
Chemistry
Test products which claim to reduce wrinkles, and determine which is the most effective. Test effectiveness over three weeks, using a sample of volunteers.
Middle School
Chemistry
Science fair project that determines whether disinfectant sprays or disinfectant soaps are more effective at removing bacteria from hands.
Chemistry
Eighth Grade
The project investigates which soft drink is worse for your teeth by observing  the affect of soft drink on limestone.
Middle School
Chemistry
Science fair project that studies how perfumes are made in order to determine how we can capture a scent.
Chemistry
Eighth Grade
Investigate the advantages of the use of ceramics in engines such as the tiles used in Space Shuttle. Use iron filings and magnets.
Chemistry
Seventh Grade
Compare animal and plant fats and observe, and record, and draw conclusions about their similarities and differences.
Middle School
Chemistry
Test ability to distinguish between natural and artificial aromatherapy oils. Select fragrance, natural and synthetic sample. Volunteers state preference.
Middle School
Chemistry
Discover that the absorbency of fabrics depend largely on the shape and structure of the individual fibers that make up the fabric.
Middle School
Chemistry
Sure, you already know that water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen, but did you know that oxygen levels differ in different types of water?
Middle School
Chemistry

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