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Seventh Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

When browsing our collection of 7th grade science fair project ideas, don't expect to find any paper-mâché volcanoes! Education.com has put together a solid collection of seventh grade science fair project ideas that are appropriately rigorous for 7th graders, challenging students to ask and pursue the answers to their own original scientific questions. At this age, students become bolder in regard to what they set out to explore because they know that even hypotheses that don't turn out to be true can lead to fruitful and enlightening investigations. Whether you're looking for winning 7th grade science fair project ideas, great 7th grade science experiments to do for extra credit, or unique and cool 7th grade science projects to serve as inspiration for your own class project, you've come to the right place.

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Science fair project the demonstrates Newton's Third Law using a milk carton filled with water.
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Create uphill flow of water by using a siphon. Create vacuum by suctioning one end of tube, and submerge it under water. Watch the direction the water travels.
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Science fair project in which you will create your electricity by making a homemade battery using salt water, a nail, and a copper wire.
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Eighth Grade
Science fair project that demonstrates how a rainbow forms, by using water to split white light into its many colors.
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Examine how the tire treads of a bicycle affect its rolling frictional force. Change tires, test speed performance on different terrains.
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Determine which room has the greatest number of bacteria using exposed samples of agar agar in Petri dishes. Place in incubator observe record bacterial growth
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Science fair project which measures the amount of heat energy released by a burning candle by calculating how many calories of heat it emits.
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Science fair project that examines the relationship between the size of a bubble and how quickly it falls. What is the correlation?
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Eighth Grade
Study how liquids separate into layers by creating a liquid gradient, different density liquids separate into layers in a graduated cylinder.
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Science fair project which helps you determine your latitude by using an astrolabe, which measures the angle between the North Star and the horizon.
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Science fair project that explore how compound motion works by examining how gravity is affected by horizontal force.
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Eighth Grade
Design a hearing protection device to protect their ears from loud noises. Examine the properties of current protective hearing devices, materials.
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This project examines germs and their spread in households. The goal is to learn how to stop the spread of germs and other diseases.
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Science fair project that explores the phenomenon of Non-Newtonian fluids by exerting force on different materials.
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Science fair project that tests how heat affects the chemical reaction between a seltzer tablet and a glass of water.
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