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Tenth Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

Education.com's 10th grade science fair project ideas fully integrate the skills students will have acquired by the time they reach their sophomore year of high school. Because kids will have developed substantial research skills, they'll be familiar with the explanatory value of secondary research and the predictive power of existing scientific theories and models. Applying research to their 10th grade science fair projects helps kids enrich the significance of their own findings because it places their collected data into a strong, existing theoretical framework. Education.com's tenth grade science fair project ideas give kids the chance to build upon existing scientific knowledge with original research, rather than simply reproducing the results of past experiments.

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This science fair project idea examines eye color genetics and the role it plays in eye color inheritance.
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Science fair project that determines whether algae can be made to grow by feeding it supplementary carbon dioxide.
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Sixth Grade
In this science fair project, students use hot and cold water to simulate what happens when a warm front meets a cold one.
Tenth Grade
Middle School
Science fair project which determines whether a person's taste in music is dictated by the key that the song is written in.
Tenth Grade
Fifth Grade
The objective of this science fair project is to determine the rate at which participants can respond to different patterns.
Tenth Grade
Medium
The objective of this project is to examine the ways in which a passive solar house may contribute to conservation of energy.
Tenth Grade
Physics
Science fair project in which you will graft branches from different fruit tree onto a root stalk.
Tenth Grade
Eighth Grade
Science fair project that determines which materials cause the most friction by sliding blocks of wood down a ramp.
Tenth Grade
Seventh 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.
Tenth Grade
Sixth Grade
This project examines who can jump higher, boys or girls, younger people or older, and how these two factors, gender and age, interact with one another.
Tenth Grade
High School
Science fair project in which you will build your own algae photobioreactor which will meet the physiological requirements of algae for maximum growth.
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