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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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What happens when 'coffee-addicts' miss coffee for 1 day? Find out in this science fair project idea!
Seventh Grade
Sixth Grade
A great science fair project on solar oven design that helps kids learn about solar power and solar heating.
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
Glass is see-through, but usually you can still see that it is there. In this experiment, we use baby oil to make glass go completely invisible.
Seventh Grade
Elementary School
In this experiment, you experiment with laser jet toner, a magnetic fluid, as it moves, bubbles, and forms unique shapes.
Seventh Grade
Middle School
Science fair project that compares the ecology of different soil samples by identifying which sample has the most invertebrates living in it.
Seventh Grade
Fifth Grade
Science fair project that examines how light wavelengths affect photosynthesis in the aquatic plant: Elodea.
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
Science fair project that examines the physical characteristics of soil in order to learn about soil permeability and other environmental properties.
Seventh Grade
Fifth Grade
In this experiment we use Scotch Guard to make sand that resists water.
Seventh Grade
Middle School
If you hold a fire up to a balloon, it pops instantly. What if you could prevent this from happening? In this project, we do just that.
Seventh Grade
Middle School
In this experiment you observe fires of different colors: white, blue-violet, and green.
Seventh Grade
Middle School
In this experiment you will become familiar with the properties of dry ice while creating interesting effects like ice bubbles!
Seventh Grade
Middle School
This experiment provides a graphic illustration of the chemical reaction that occurs when you activate a hand warmer.
Seventh Grade
Middle School

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