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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 which simulates the global conveyor belts on a small scale, and observes the effects of wind, density and temperature on water movement.
Seventh Grade
Fifth Grade
Science fair project that examines how tsunamis travel by simulating a tsunami moving around an island. You will generate a pretend tsunami in a swimming pool.
Seventh Grade
Fifth Grade
What if the shape of the Earth weren't spherical? How does its shape affect our gravity, climate, and tides? Model these questions in this cool project!
Seventh Grade
Ecology
Science fair project that examines how winter storms form and the relationship between temperature, moisture and snow.
Seventh Grade
Third Grade
Science fair project that determines whether algae can be made to grow by feeding it supplementary carbon dioxide.
Seventh Grade
Sixth Grade
In this experiment we use Scotch Guard to make sand that resists water.
Seventh Grade
Middle School
Science fair project which determines whether the depth of a boat in the water changes how fast it moves and how straight it sails.
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Fifth Grade
Science fair project that measures the number of Calories in algae obtained from different environments to compare the amount of oil present in each sample.
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Sixth Grade
Science fair project that examines whether different types of algae produce the same amount of oil by comparing the surface beading of water droplets.
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Sixth Grade
Science fair project which determines if plants really do need water to grow, or whether they just need to be kept wet.
Seventh Grade
Third Grade
Is there more air particulate matter in an urban or rural environment? Test your knowledge with this science fair project.
Seventh Grade
Ecology

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