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Evaluating the Primacy Effect

This experiment investigates whether the primacy effect is observed more frequently in specific populations of people.

Colors That Make You Hungry

In this science fair project, students investigate how different colors influence appetite.

Hydrophobic Sand

In this experiment we use Scotch Guard to make sand that resists water.

Do All Liquids Evaporate At The Same Rate?

see whether all liquids evaporate at the same rate. In other words, does water evaporate at the same rate as juice?

Does Aspirin Help Plants Grow?

Observe if dissolved aspirin will help plants grow healthier and faster in this science fair project idea.

Demonstrating the Separation of Mixtures

In this experiment, recycled objects are separated to demonstrate how mixtures are made and the variance in the physical properties of their ingredients.

Acid Test: How to tell Minerals Apart

In this science fair experiment, kids will use the acid test to discover how to tell one mineral from another.

Magic Glass of Water

Demonstrate the properties of pressure and surface tension to explain how water can stay inside an upside down glass using cardboard.

Demonstrating Refraction

Science fair project that demonstrates the process known as refraction, which allows glasses and contact lenses to help people with poor vision.

How Does Color Affect Memory?

This science fair project idea determines the way in which color affects memorization.

Primary Sensory Cortex

This high school science fair project idea helps you compare the sensitivity of touch receptors in different areas of the body and between different people.

Why Does an Object at Rest Tend to stay at Rest?

Explore Newton's first law that an object at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an external force in this middle and high school science project.

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