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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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Kids will love making clouds and learning how to make a water cycle model in this fun science fair project idea that explores evaporation and precipitation.
Weather and Climate
Seventh Grade
What if the shape of the Earth weren't spherical? How does its shape affect our gravity, climate, and tides? Model these questions in this cool project!
Weather and Climate
Seventh Grade
Is temperature a requirement for solar energy uses? This project tests this theory and examines the amount of usable sunlight for solar-energy applications.
Middle School
Weather and Climate
Analyze temperature and precipitation data to determine whether current weather conditions are outside the historical norm.
Middle School
Weather and Climate
The objective of this science project is to determine whether a sweet tooth is most likely an inherited trait or a learned behavior.
Middle School
Genetics
Bake some cookies with an oven that collects sunlight and traps the shorter wavelengths (heat!).
Middle School
Weather and Climate
Thermometers are how we measure temperature, and we've all heard the terms 'centigrade' and 'Fahrenheit' tossed around, but what do they really mean?
Middle School
Weather and Climate
Science fair project that guides you through how to test the humidity in the environment using a homemade psychrometer.
Weather and Climate
Sixth Grade
Find out whether people within a family tend to have matching fingerprints.
Genetics
Seventh Grade
Science fair project that examines how winter storms form and the relationship between temperature, moisture and snow.
Weather and Climate
Third Grade
In this science fair project, students use hot and cold water to simulate what happens when a warm front meets a cold one.
Middle School
Weather and Climate
How fast is the wind blowing? This science experiment provides step-by-step instructions to help you answer this question.
Middle School
Weather and Climate

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