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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.

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This science project challenges students to take learned information about weather and  climate control and apply it to larger issues like global warming.
Weather and Climate
High School
Analyze temperature and precipitation data to determine whether current weather conditions are outside the historical norm.
Weather and Climate
Middle School
Kids learn about examples of mechanical weathering and conduct an experiment with seeds and plaster in this cool geology science fair project idea.
Weather and Climate
Fifth Grade
In this free science fair project idea, we learn about fronts and how they move about and affect the weather.
Weather and Climate
Middle School
Science fair project that examines condensation and the conditions needed in order for dew to form.
Weather and Climate
Second Grade
Science fair project examining barometric pressure, and how it can be used to predict the weather. How does atmospheric pressures relate to weather conditions?
Weather and Climate
Third Grade
This experiment challenges students to forecast the weather based on the surrounding areas' weather.
Weather and Climate
Kindergarten
Check out this cool project idea to get fun facts about animals living in cold deserts and how they keep themselves warm in cold weathers
Weather and Climate
Elementary School
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
What does a raindrop look like when it splashes on the ground? Is each raindrop unique like snowflakes? Find out how raindrop size varies in this experiment.
Weather and Climate
Fourth Grade

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