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Can Crystals Show Color Mixing?

This science fair project idea determines if crystals will absorb food dye and if colors will mix by the process of diffusion.

Bouncing Ball Physics: What is Elasticity?

What is elasticity? Students will investigate how this concept applies to bouncing ball physics by testing the bounces of balls made out of different materials.

Baking Soda and Vinegar Balloon

How powerful is the reaction between baking soda and vinegar? Find out here!

Geography, Latitude, and the North Star: Where Am I?

Find the North Star, and measure your latitude! The purpose of this science fair project is to find latitude and learn about geographic locations.

Soda Calories

Gather some friends for a bubbly soda taste test do determine calories' role in your favorite drinks.

Melting Crayons

Crayons aren't just good for creating colorful masterpieces -- they're also great for science!

Form and Function

Science fair project idea that examines different physical characteristics of a chosen animal. Make educated guesses about evolution based on animal's form.

“noah like”
Rough Riders

The project investigates how friction affects motion by using different surface textures.

Survival Skills

Design a survival kit. Brainstorm various survival scenarios. Address basic human requirements and natural resources. Describe each tool as well uses.

TV Commercials and Advertising Psychology Experiment

In this cool psychology experiment, study how companies air commercials to strategically advertise to viewers who will buy their products.

Chalkboard vs. Whiteboard: Which is Better for Learning?

There is debate about whether chalkboards or whiteboards are better. This experiment explores which leads to better retention of visually-displayed information.

Effect of Temperature on Chirping Crickets

Are crickets affected by temperature? Test your knowledge! This project examines whether temperature has any effect on the chirping of crickets.


This science fair project idea determines if the size of the parachute will change the rate at which an object falls.

The Even-Handed Teacher

The objective of this science fair project is to determine whether right-handed teachers can pay attention to the class while writing on the board.

How Do Crickets Respond to Light and Dark?

The purpose of this science fair project is to investigate whether crickets prefer the light or the dark.

Conductor or Insulator

This science fair project idea determines what household items are good conductors of electricity.

5 . . . 4 . . . 3 . . . 2 . . . Lite - Blast Off

Launch your science project to new heights! The objective of this science fair project is to determine how to make a bottle rocket reach its highest altitude.

Forest Food Pyramid Project

Learn how to make a food pyramid with animals in a a coniferous forest ecosystem around your home.

DIY Electromagnet

Create a DIY Electromagnet! Using a 9v battery to create an electrical field around a nail, students explore electromagnetism in this cool science project idea.

How to Make a Compass

Demonstrate how you can make your own compass using a magnetized needle. It also allows you to compare magnetic north and geographic north.

The Psychology of Feeling Watched

This science fair project teaches kids experimental design and how to test if subjects can really sense if they are being watched.

A Trick for the Eyes: Color Wheels and Optical Illusion Tops

This science fair project idea experiments with spinning color wheels and optical illusions.

Magnet Experiment: Are Two Magnets Twice as Strong as One?

In this cool science experiment, learn about magnetism and poles, and test magnet strength to find out if two magnets are twice as strong as one.

Balloon Rocket Experiment

Kids conduct a cool balloon rocket experiment in this fun science fair project idea. Does a greater volume of air mean a greater distance traveled?

“Noah like”
Conductor or Insulator?

This science fair project idea determines what household items are good conductors of electricity.

Defying Gravity

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

Temperature, Air Humidity and Static Electricity

What's the relationship between temperature, air humidity and static electricity? Kids will find out with this free static electricity science fair project.

How Does a Compass Work?

How does a compass work? What's a magnetic field? Kids will build their own compass at home to find the answers in this great science fair project idea.

Carbonation in Soda

Check out this fun science fair project idea to determine the effect of temperature on carbonation in soda.

Text on Screen vs. Type on Paper: Which is Easier to Remember?

This experiment explores whether reading text on a computer screen or type on paper leads to better retention of the information read.

Latent Fingerprints

Science fair project that develops latent fingerprints on a non-porous objects by converting superglue from a solid state to a gaseous state.

Caffeine and Heart Rate: What Is the Effect of Caffeine on Heart Rate?

Is there a relationship between caffeine and heart rate? Students will determine the effect of caffeine on heart rate in this fun science fair project.

Dog Nose Prints

Have you ever noticed the ridges on a dog's nose? In this project, we take several dogs' nose prints and discover just how unique they are!

Making a Static Electricity Bell

Demonstrate how static electricity can cause an object to move. It also examines just how an object affected by static electricity will move.

How to Stop Soda From Exploding

This science fair project investigates whether tapping the top or the side of the can will stop a vigorously-shaken can of soda from exploding.

Crystal Wonderland

The objective of this science fair project is to examine the effects of temperature on salt and water solutions, as they form crystals over time.

Can Dog Drool Kill Germs?

This science experiment tests if dog saliva can really help heal wounds.

Homemade Lava Lamp

This science fair project idea explores the relationship between oil and water in terms of density as well as hydrophilic/hydrophobic compounds.

DIY Hovercraft

In this CD hovercraft science project, students will construct their own DIY hovercraft.


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