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Effect of Magnetism on Regeneration
Effect of Magnetism on Regeneration
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Effect of Magnetism on Regeneration
This experiment will explore if magnetism has any effect on the regeneration abilities of flatworms.
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Making a Static Electricity Bell
Making a Static Electricity Bell
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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.
4th grade
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
This science fair project introduces children to static electricity and the idea that electricity is more than lights and plugs.
Kindergarten
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Static Electricity Project
Static Electricity Project
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Static Electricity Project
The goal of this science fair project is to demonstrate different ways to generate static electricity and record its effects.
5th grade
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No Electricity? No Problem!
No Electricity? No Problem!
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No Electricity? No Problem!
Design a livable building that functions without electricity. Consider necessities, comforts and entertainment. Build a scale model of your design.
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Temperature, Air Humidity and Static Electricity
Temperature, Air Humidity and Static Electricity
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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.
4th grade
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Does Electricity Move Better through Thick Wires or Thin Ones?
Does Electricity Move Better through Thick Wires or Thin Ones?
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Does Electricity Move Better through Thick Wires or Thin Ones?
Does electricity move better through thick wires or thin ones? kids will conduct this classic electricity experiment for this science fair project.
5th grade
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Does Hair Color Affect Static Electricity?
Does Hair Color Affect Static Electricity?
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Does Hair Color Affect Static Electricity?
When you rub a balloon on your head, your hair stands up; but is that true for everyone? Does hair color affect static electricity?
2nd grade
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Static Electricity,The New Flair: Blonde, Redhead or Brunette?
Static Electricity,The New Flair: Blonde, Redhead or Brunette?
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Static Electricity,The New Flair: Blonde, Redhead or Brunette?
The purpose of this science fair experiment is to investigate whether the color of your hair affects how much static electricity is carried.
Science
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Controlling Static Electricity
Controlling Static Electricity
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Controlling Static Electricity
This project explores ways to prevent static electrical shocks.
5th grade
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Defying Gravity
Defying Gravity
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Defying Gravity
This science fair project idea investigates how magnetism can defy the force of gravity.
3rd grade
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The Material With the Most Static Electricity
The Material With the Most Static Electricity
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The Material With the Most Static Electricity
Determine which material produces the strongest static charge.
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Fruit Battery
Fruit Battery
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Fruit Battery
Construct batteries that make electricity from fruits with this fun science fair project.
5th grade
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Conductor or Insulator?
Conductor or Insulator?
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Conductor or Insulator?
This science fair project idea determines what household items are good conductors of electricity.
5th grade
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Conductor or Insulator
Conductor or Insulator
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Conductor or Insulator
This science fair project idea determines what household items are good conductors of electricity.
3rd grade
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Magnet Experiment: Are Two Magnets Twice as Strong as One?
Magnet Experiment: Are Two Magnets Twice as Strong as One?
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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.
2nd grade
Science
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World's First Energy-Saving Microcontroller Powered Generator
World's First Energy-Saving Microcontroller Powered Generator
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World's First Energy-Saving Microcontroller Powered Generator
2011 VIRTUAL SCIENCE FAIR ENTRY: The objective of this science fair project is to develop a microcontroller and circuit that can conduct electricity.
Science
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Do Household Conservation Efforts Lead to Lower Utility Bills?
Do Household Conservation Efforts Lead to Lower Utility Bills?
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Do Household Conservation Efforts Lead to Lower Utility Bills?
This experiment strives to determine if tracking of conservation habits will lead to reductions in a family's electricity and water bills.
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Salt Water Energy
Salt Water Energy
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Salt Water Energy
Science fair project in which you will create your electricity by making a homemade battery using salt water, a nail, and a copper wire.
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Connecting Batteries in Series
Connecting Batteries in Series
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Connecting Batteries in Series
This cool electricity project teaches kids how connecting batteries in series vs. parallel circuits can contribute to different levels of voltage and amperage.
Science
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Open and Short Circuits
Open and Short Circuits
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Open and Short Circuits
Does "short circuit" mean that electricity takes a short course? This science experiment provides steps to help you get to the bottom of this science mystery.
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Which Substance When Dissolved in Water will Conduct an Electrical Current?
Which Substance When Dissolved in Water will Conduct an Electrical Current?
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Which Substance When Dissolved in Water will Conduct an Electrical Current?
This science fair project focuses on the use of a conductivity device that will determine if a substance dissolved in water can or cannot conduct electricity.
5th grade
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Magic Comb
Magic Comb
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Magic Comb
This science fair idea is a great way for kids to explore static electricity. Kids will give a comb a static charge and watch as it separates pepper from salt.
1st grade
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Joule Heating: Resistance vs. Temperature
Joule Heating: Resistance vs. Temperature
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Joule Heating: Resistance vs. Temperature
Explore joule heating and resistance vs. temperature with this cool electricity science fair project that gets kids melting ice cubes with resistors.
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How to Make a Compass
How to Make a Compass
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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.
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Check out these electricity and magnet science fair projects to ignite your child's interest in science! Learn about common phenomena such as static electricity, or find safe ways to test how a direct current moves through different objects with these wonderful electricity experiments for kids. Children can also conduct exciting magnetism experiments, which include making a paper clip hang suspended in midair and building a miniature magnetic linear accelerator. There's something here for every curious learner.