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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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Spring is here, do you want to learn how to make a kite?  In this free science fair project, a step by step guide teaches you how to make great flying kite.
Physical Science
Physics
This science fair project idea explores whether the types and brands of faucet filters are relevant to their performance.
Chemistry
Middle School
Investigate which substances are most effective at removing salt from water.
Chemistry
Ninth Grade
Do you want to know why you see rainbows in soap bubbles? It's because of light interference. Do this free science fair project to explore wave interference.
Physical Science
Physics
Create an organic plastic product using vinegar and cream. Track decomposition over course of several weeks. Compare decomposition with traditional plastics.
Chemistry
Middle School
Compare animal and plant fats and observe, and record, and draw conclusions about their similarities and differences.
Chemistry
Elementary School
In this experiment we use Scotch Guard to make sand that resists water.
Physical Science
Middle School
Science fair project that determines whether disinfectant sprays or disinfectant soaps are more effective at removing bacteria from hands.
Chemistry
Eighth Grade
Can airplanes fly underwater? Do this free science fair project, explore this question and the mechanics and physics of hydrodynamics.
Physical Science
Physics

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