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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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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
Learn about the role of Earth's rotation on the Coriolis Effect and hurricanes in this science project. Model the Coriolis Effect on a hurricane's direction.
Weather and Climate
Third Grade
The goal of this evaporation experiment is to learn about how different external conditions affect drying time.
Weather and Climate
Second Grade
Learn how to make a ping pong ball anemometerâa device used to measure wind speedâin this free science fair project idea.
Weather and Climate
Fourth Grade
In this science fair project, students make their own rain gauge to measure rainfall.
Weather and Climate
Fourth Grade
Science fair project that examines the different types of precipitation, evaluates the density of snow and calculates the ratio of snow-to-liquid.
Weather and Climate
Second 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
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
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
Looking for a way to keep your kid busy during the long, hot days of summer? These science projects will spark your young learner's curiosity going into the new school year. What's more, conducting an experiment or two is a great way to take your mind off the sweltering temperatures!
Weather and Climate
Elementary 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
Is your kid crazy about science? Check out this selection of advanced science projects that revolve around the sun.
Weather and Climate
High School

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