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Most Popular Soda
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The goal of this science fair project is to discover the science behind carbonated soft drinks and apply this knowledge to create a new one.
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The Fungus Among Us
The Fungus Among Us
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The Fungus Among Us
The purpose of this science fair project is to demonstrate how yeast, a fungus, causes bread to rise.
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Microwave Madness
Microwave Madness
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Microwave Madness
This science project idea examines the effect of microwaving on various objects.
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Fresh Food vs. Frozen Food
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Fresh Food vs. Frozen Food
The goal of this science fair project is to analyze differences between the taste and texture of frozen and fresh food.
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Science
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Is it a Fruit or a Veggie?
Is it a Fruit or a Veggie?
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Is it a Fruit or a Veggie?
This science fair project teaches students the differences between fruits and vegetables.
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Science
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On The Rise
On The Rise
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On The Rise
The project is to investigate yeast fermentation and its results on hand of latex balloons.
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Does Vinegar Kill Germs?
Does Vinegar Kill Germs?
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Does Vinegar Kill Germs?
In this project, vinegar and salt act as preservatives keeping bacteria from growing in the bouillon mixtures.
4th grade
Science
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Taste Areas of the Tongue
Taste Areas of the Tongue
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Taste Areas of the Tongue
Are there really specific taste areas of the tongue for sweet, salty, bitter, sour, and umami? Find out for yourself in this cool science project.
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Cheese Making
Cheese Making
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Cheese Making
Science fair project in which you make cheese in your own kitchen using milk, lemon juice and cheese cloth.
4th grade
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Homemade Butter
Homemade Butter
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Homemade Butter
Science fair project idea which teaches you how to make butter by separating cream into butter and buttermilk.
4th grade
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Which Bubblegum Brand Produces the Biggest Bubbles?
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Which Bubblegum Brand Produces the Biggest Bubbles?
This science fair project idea discovers which brand of bubblegum produces the largest bubbles.
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Can Taste Buds Detect MSG Levels?
Can Taste Buds Detect MSG Levels?
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Can Taste Buds Detect MSG Levels?
In this science fair project, students will try to discover if test subjects can detect the presence of Monosodium Glutumate (MSG) in food.
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Does Gelatin Slow Down the Melting of Freezer Pops?
Does Gelatin Slow Down the Melting of Freezer Pops?
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Does Gelatin Slow Down the Melting of Freezer Pops?
This science fair project idea examines whether adding gelatin causes a solid to have a higher melting point and/or melt slower.
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How Much Sugar?
How Much Sugar?
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How Much Sugar?
This science fair project idea measures out the sugar of various foods and find out whether people can correctly determine how much sugar is in common foods.
4th grade
Social studies
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Can Jell-O be Made With Just Warm Water Instead of Boiling Hot and Then Cold?
Can Jell-O be Made With Just Warm Water Instead of Boiling Hot and Then Cold?
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Can Jell-O be Made With Just Warm Water Instead of Boiling Hot and Then Cold?
Do you love to make Jell-O? Find out in this science fair project idea if it is possible to make Jell-O with just warm water.
4th grade
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Does Skin Thickness Decrease Fruit Spoilage Rate?
Does Skin Thickness Decrease Fruit Spoilage Rate?
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Does Skin Thickness Decrease Fruit Spoilage Rate?
Does skin thickness really decrease fruit spoilage? Find out in this science fair project idea!
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Does Storing Cucumbers and Tomatoes in the Fridge Spoil Its Unique Flavors?
Does Storing Cucumbers and Tomatoes in the Fridge Spoil Its Unique Flavors?
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Does Storing Cucumbers and Tomatoes in the Fridge Spoil Its Unique Flavors?
Will storing cucumbers and tomatoes in the fridge destroy their unique flavors? Find out in this science fair project idea!
4th grade
Science
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Lactose and Lactase: Exploring Enzymes as Catalysts
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Lactose and Lactase: Exploring Enzymes as Catalysts
Kids will learn about the interaction of lactose and lactase in milk and discover why we describe enzymes as catalysts in this fun science fair project.
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Is Organic Better?
Is Organic Better?
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Is Organic Better?
The purpose of this study is to determine if people can tell the difference between organic and conventional food from looking at, smelling and tasting it.
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Does a Dark Fridge Prevent Food from Spoiling?
Does a Dark Fridge Prevent Food from Spoiling?
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Does a Dark Fridge Prevent Food from Spoiling?
Ever wonder why refrigerator lights turn off when you close the door? Does the darkness prevent food from spoiling? This experiment, determines just that.
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Where Should You Store Your Popcorn?
Where Should You Store Your Popcorn?
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Where Should You Store Your Popcorn?
This project investigates the affect of storage temperature on microwave popcorn.
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