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Physical Science Projects & Project Ideas

Our team of professional scientists, science teachers and educational consultants has put together an excellent collection of free physical science projects for kids. These include physics science fair projects, science experiments, and demonstrations that help kids explore the world of classical mechanics, as well as other great physical science topics: our hair-raising magnet and electricity experiments are sure to spark your child's scientific curiosity. Whether you’re looking for science fair project ideas for your child’s upcoming science fair or your little one simply loves conducting physical science experiments, Education.com’s physical science section is a fantastic free resource.

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In this free science fair project idea, we learn about how friction in the atmosphere causes meteors to become hot.
Physics
Elementary School
Find out if most people can distinguish the difference between tones on different instruments.
Physical Science
Seventh Grade
Find out whether we can create motion in a dish and as a result, create a wonderful and colorful show.
Chemistry
Kindergarten
Using an empty tennis ball can and a swimming pool, you will determine if it's possible to have a conversation under water.
Physical Science
Elementary School
This experiment determines the distribution of darts around a bulls eye to simulate the probability of an electron's location in its own cloud of electrons.
Physical Science
Chemistry
Science fair project idea on designing a model of Galileo's thermometer and find relationship between the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales.
Chemistry
Middle School
The objective this science fair project is to determine whether a bigger bag will allow a homemade hot air balloon to fly higher than smaller bag.
Physics
Fifth Grade
Check out this fun science fair project idea on thermodynamics and determine the direction of energy transfer between two materials of different temperatures.
Chemistry
Middle School
This project tests the hypothesis that dark colors absorb more heat than light colors.
Physics
Elementary School
Use chemical analysis to identify a variety of mystery powders that look the same but actually have very different properties.
Chemistry
Fourth Grade

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