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Physics Science Fair Projects

Cultivate your child's inner Einstein with these physics science fair project ideas! Learn about the cool physics going on behind-the-scenes in our everyday lives. Whether you need physics science fair projects that would make Newton proud or a fun activity to inspire wonder in the universe, you've come to the right place.

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The objective of this project is to examine the ways in which a passive solar house may contribute to conservation of energy.
Physics
Tenth Grade
In this science fair project, you will experimentally determine the relationship between pressure and depth in a static liquid.
Physics
Middle School
Have you ever noticed the way a dropped stone makes a fun pattern in a pond or lake? What's the science behind these splashy occurrences?
Physics
Third Grade
Science fair project about work and energy which uses a simple mathematical formula to predict how far a jar will roll down an incline.
Physics
Fourth Grade
Science fair project which uses a camera to observe the surface of a balloon in the moment of its explosion.
Physics
Seventh Grade
Science fair project which determines whether the size or the thickness of a piece of paper has an effect on how many times it can be folded in half.
Physics
Second Grade
Science fair project in which you will attempt to throw a ball the greatest horizontal distance possible by using different angles.
Physics
Fifth Grade
Science far project which determines whether the material of a baseball bat affects the distance that the baseball will travel.
Physics
Fifth Grade
This middle school project examines the strength of horizontal versus vertical pointing eggshells.
Physics
Middle School
This free science fair project idea shows you how parallax decreases as distance from the object increases.
Physics
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
Formulate a hypothesis and use the scientific method to determine the guess what is hidden in a box. Test abilities of volunteers, without opening box.
Physics
Seventh Grade

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