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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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Science fair project which tests which antacids are most potent by measuring how well they neutralize the acid in lemon juice.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
In this science fair experiment, high school students determine if all proteins denature at the same temperature.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
Can you stain teeth with tea, coffee, or coke? Explore how in this science fair project idea.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
This science fair project examines the different composition of fungi and plants.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
This science fair experiment organizes made-up elements to simulate Mendeleev when he made the periodic table of elements.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
Science fair project that determines what percentage of air is made up of oxygen by examining the chemical reaction between oxygen and rust.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
Science fair project that demonstrates the principle of conservation of mass by conducting a chemical reaction inside a sealed Ziploc bag.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
Many substances are compounds of different elements. This experiment combines iodine and zinc to make zinc iodide.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
Science fair project that teaches you key definitions of molecular science, and how different isotopes of an element affect the relative atomic mass.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
This experiment determines the distribution of darts around a bulls eye to simulate the probability of an electron's location in its own cloud of electrons.
Tenth Grade
Chemistry
In this experiment you will become familiar with the properties of dry ice while creating interesting effects like ice bubbles!
Tenth Grade
Chemistry

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