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Fronts: What are Fronts?

What are fronts? Do this free science project using cooking oil, and some water and see how and why fronts are formed. A great project for elementary students.

Twister: What is the Shape of a Tornado?

Complete this free science fair project using plastic bottles, duct tape, and water and explore the formation and shape of tornadoes.

Stormy: What is the Eye of a Hurricane?

Step by step free science fair project idea for you to explore the center of the hurricane and why the eye of the hurricane is motionless.

How to Make A Thermometer

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?

Rainy: How Do Raindrops Begin?

When there are dark clouds, rain is expected but how do raindrops begin? Do this free science fair project and explore the formation of raindrops.

How to Separate Salt from Water

In this free science fair project, learn how to separate salt from water using heat. A great science project for elementary school kids.

Windy: How Can the Speed of Wind be Measured?

How do you measure the speed of wind? It's measured using an anemometer. This free science project will teach you how to make an anemometer.

When Air Masses Collide

In this science fair project, students use hot and cold water to simulate what happens when a warm front meets a cold one.

The Ghost in the Tube

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.

Defying Gravity

This science fair project idea investigates how magnetism can defy the force of gravity.

Do Hand Soaps and Sanitizers Prevent the Growth of Bread Mold?

Do hand soaps and sanitizers prevent the growth of bread mold? If so, why? Kids will find out with this fun and informative science fair project idea.

How Do We Hear?

This science fair project idea explores the different parts of the human ear and models how the human ear reacts to sound waves.

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