Can you fool your eyes and your brain with an optical illusion? The purpose of this science fair project is to demonstrate various kinds of optical illusions.
This play-activity causes young children to focus on and become more aware of their sense of hearing and the power of their ears.
The goal of this science fair project is to determine whether the temperature underground varies from the ground surface temperature.
Water, along with soil and light, is a necessary component for plant growth. So what's better for promoting plant growth: tap water, or rain water?
In this science fair project, young children notice and track changes in trees throughout the year.
This experiment challenges students to forecast the weather based on the surrounding areas' weather.
In this science fair project, we'll explore how blocking the sun's light can stop those can stop photosensitive paper from changing color.
In this science fair project, kids measure how weather conditions affect how fast a puddle evaporates.
The purpose of this science fair project is to determine how moisture affects the color of soil.
In this science fair project, students learn how pressure can make the minerals in a rock line up in the same direction and form bands and foliation.