Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

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How to Make the Perfect Shot in Basketball
How to Make the Perfect Shot in Basketball
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How to Make the Perfect Shot in Basketball
This basketball project explores the best way to make the perfect shot every time.
5th grade
Science
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Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature
Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature
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Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature
Fibonacci sequences have been observed throughout nature, like in leaves and flowers. In this project, students find examples of the Fibonacci sequence.
Science
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Retaining Information
Retaining Information
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Retaining Information
Determine if it is easier to memorize colors, words, words in phrases, pictures or numbers. Determine at when retention rate in each category is the best.
Social studies
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Bernoulli's Principle Experiment
Bernoulli's Principle Experiment
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Bernoulli's Principle Experiment
In this Bernoulli's Principle experiment, you'll learn how an increase in the speed of a fluid, like air, decreases pressure.
5th grade
Science
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Parts of a Bean Seed
Parts of a Bean Seed
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Parts of a Bean Seed
Check out this fun and easy science fair project idea on germination of a seed and learn to identify exterior and interior parts of a bean seed.
5th grade
Science
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What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
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What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
In this science fair project, students will use methylene blue to study the presence of aerobic bacteria in milk.
Science
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Investigating the Link Between Relationships and Academic Performance
Investigating the Link Between Relationships and Academic Performance
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Investigating the Link Between Relationships and Academic Performance
This experiment evaluates whether there is a relationship between grade point average (GPA) and dating status.
Science
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How Much Time Does Technology Take?
How Much Time Does Technology Take?
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How Much Time Does Technology Take?
This experiment evaluates if people have an accurate perception of how much personal time they spend interacting with technology.
Science
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Chalkboard vs. Whiteboard: Which is Better for Learning?
Chalkboard vs. Whiteboard: Which is Better for Learning?
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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.
Science
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The Color Of Your Heartbeat
The Color Of Your Heartbeat
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The Color Of Your Heartbeat
Test for a correlation between perceived color and heart rate. Using a stethoscope and stop watch, measure the heart rate (beats per minute) of volunteers.
Science
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Are Men or Women Easier to Trick?
Are Men or Women Easier to Trick?
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Are Men or Women Easier to Trick?
This experiment tests which gender is better at catching how a magician performs his tricks.
5th grade
Science
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Feeling the Burn: Taming the Effects of Spicy Food
Feeling the Burn: Taming the Effects of Spicy Food
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Feeling the Burn: Taming the Effects of Spicy Food
Compare different remedies for cooling the mouth after eating spicy food.
Science
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Does Family Size Affect Self-Worth?
Does Family Size Affect Self-Worth?
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Does Family Size Affect Self-Worth?
This experiment uses Rosenberg's Self Esteem Scale to evaluate if there is a correlation between family size and self esteem.
Science
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Men Versus Women: Who is More Afraid?
Men Versus Women: Who is More Afraid?
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Men Versus Women: Who is More Afraid?
Does fear cause the same physiologic responses in men and women? This experiment measures people's blood pressure and heart rate while watching a scary movie.
Science
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Evaluating Social Mimicry
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Evaluating Social Mimicry
This science fair project evaluates the suggestibility of males versus females in copying the actions of those around them.
Science
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Do Left-Handed People Have Better Memories?
Do Left-Handed People Have Better Memories?
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Do Left-Handed People Have Better Memories?
This experiment investigates whether left-handed test subjects have better memories than right-handed participants.
Science
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Do Left-Handed People Have Similar Personalities?
Do Left-Handed People Have Similar Personalities?
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Do Left-Handed People Have Similar Personalities?
This experiment uses personality assessments to evaluate the prevalence of specific character traits in left-handed and right-handed people
Science
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What Type of Dance Burns the Most Calories?
What Type of Dance Burns the Most Calories?
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What Type of Dance Burns the Most Calories?
This project examines which type of dance burns the most calories.
Science
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What Material does the Best Job of Keeping You Warm?
What Material does the Best Job of Keeping You Warm?
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What Material does the Best Job of Keeping You Warm?
The thermometer outside is dip, dip, dipping! What kind of clothes will keep you warmest this winter? This project determines which materials insulate best.
Science
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How Does Color Influence Recall?
How Does Color Influence Recall?
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How Does Color Influence Recall?
This experiment investigates whether paper color influences people's ability to remember the information that they read.
Science
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Evaluating the Influence of Birth Order on Personality
Evaluating the Influence of Birth Order on Personality
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Evaluating the Influence of Birth Order on Personality
Evaluate whether birth order influences personality.
Social studies
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Can Yeast Ferment Polysaccharides as Efficiently as Disaccharides?
Can Yeast Ferment Polysaccharides as Efficiently as Disaccharides?
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Can Yeast Ferment Polysaccharides as Efficiently as Disaccharides?
The objective of this science fair project is the compare the rate and efficiency of disaccharide and polysaccharide fermentation by yeast.
Science
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Can you Change the Speed of a Reaction by Changing the Particle Size of the Reactants?
Can you Change the Speed of a Reaction by Changing the Particle Size of the Reactants?
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Can you Change the Speed of a Reaction by Changing the Particle Size of the Reactants?
Check out this fun science fair project idea to determine if the size of a particle affect the rate or speed of a chemical reaction.
Science
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If One Learns to Write Backwards, Can One Then Read Backwards?
If One Learns to Write Backwards, Can One Then Read Backwards?
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If One Learns to Write Backwards, Can One Then Read Backwards?
This project investigates an interesting question: If one learns to write backwards, is one also able to read backwards?
Science
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How Does Color Affect Eyesight?
How Does Color Affect Eyesight?
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How Does Color Affect Eyesight?
This science fair project idea determines which colors are more difficult to read at a distance.
Science
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Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

Great selection of middle school science fair project ideas. These science fair projects can help you find middle school level ideas for your science fair.