Education.com
Try
Brainzy
Try
Plus

Weather Science Fair Projects

These weather science fair projects and weather experiments for kids help little learners discover the science in their daily lives. You'll find everything you need to teach kids simple weather and climate concepts, from weather experiments that explore the cooling effect of wind to projects that test the snow to liquid ratio in your own backyard. This collection proves that science can be fun, rain or shine.

Sort by:
Showing 16 to 30 of 83
Learn how to make a hygrometer to measure relative humidity in this project. Make a sling psychrometer hygrometer with gauze, thermometers, and a bottle.
Weather and Climate
Fifth Grade
Learn about savanna flora and fauna in this science project! Take a look at characteristics of tropical grassland plants and animals that help them survive.
Weather and Climate
Third 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!
Weather and Climate
Seventh Grade
In this simple science project, learn about what causes dew and what affects dew formation with a drinking glass, ice, and a soda bottle.
Weather and Climate
Fourth Grade
Is temperature a requirement for solar energy uses? This project tests this theory and examines the amount of usable sunlight for solar-energy applications.
Weather and Climate
Middle School
Analyze temperature and precipitation data to determine whether current weather conditions are outside the historical norm.
Weather and Climate
Middle School
Thermometers are how we measure temperature, and we've all heard the terms 'centigrade' and 'Fahrenheit' tossed around, but what do they really mean?
Weather and Climate
Middle School
Kids will learn how to make a thermometer to to explore liquid density in this great science fair project. Which liquids are affected by temperature the most?
Weather and Climate
Second Grade
Science fair project that examines what causes thunder and why a thunderclap sounds so loud. How is lightening related to the creation of sound waves?
Weather and Climate
Second Grade
Bake some cookies with an oven that collects sunlight and traps the shorter wavelengths (heat!).
Weather and Climate
Middle School
In this fun experiment, we'll find out how color affects heat absorption!
Weather and Climate
Fifth Grade
Get this cool science fair idea to explore how arctic tundra animals change their behavior and adapt to survive in long, cold winters.
Weather and Climate
Fourth Grade
Kids will make a beautiful rainbow in a jar and learn what enables different types of liquids to remain distinct in separate layers.
Weather and Climate
Second Grade
Check out this free high school science fair project to explore the physics of the Coriolis effect with a homemade Foucault Pendulum.
Weather and Climate
Ninth Grade
In this science fair project, you'll make a 'ghost' appear in a test tube, and learn about what happens when hot water and cold water interact.
Weather and Climate
Elementary School

Share these projects with friends

clear all

Filter by

Subject