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3rd Grade Science Fair Projects

For their 3rd grade science projects, kids begin investigating the answers to their questions much like actual scientists would. Instead of simply collecting qualitative data (describing what they observe), 3rd graders graduate to collecting and presenting quantitative data by measuring their results with increased accuracy, communicating their findings in simple charts and graphs, and describing their observations in written prose. Education.com's collection of 3rd grade science fair projects give kids the opportunity to apply their newly acquired skills to thinking critically about the world around them while having serious fun in the process. Browse our collection of third grade science projects and experiments by using the boxes to the left to filter by topic, and find that exciting science project your child will be sure to love.

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This project examines whether people's taste perception is influenced by what they see.
Third Grade
Elementary School
Stories change as you retell them. The objective of this science fair project is to demonstrate how information gets interpreted, distorted and changed.
Third Grade
Kindergarten
Learn about sound physics and do a survey experiment to explore the difference between sound and noise in this science project.
Third Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Have you ever wondered how many numbers most people can memorize? Test your friends to find out!
Third Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Free science fair project idea that examines the differences between cats and dogs. Analyze objective qualities rather than subjective ones.
Third Grade
Elementary School

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