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Does the acidity of the precipitation change during the year?

Science fair research project Grade Levels 7-9 Does the acidity of the precipitation change during the year? Acid Rain Grade Levels:7-9 Questions: Does precipitation in your area contain acidic emissions from power plants, indus- tries or vehicle emissions? Does the acidity of the precipitation change during the year? Possible Hypotheses:…
Science Fair Research Project Grade Levels: 7-9 Does adding salt to water lower its freezing point? Frozen Salt Question: Does adding salt to water lower its freezing point? Possible Hypothesis: Adding salt does/does not lower the freezing point of water. Materials: Four 8-ounce plastic cups Measuring cup Box of table…
Cooling Fan Science Fair Research Project Grade Levels 4-6 Grade Levels: 4-6 Question: Does a fan really cool the air? Possible Hypotheses: A fan does/does not cool the air. Materials: Portable Fan, Thermometer Procedure: 1. On a hot day, place a portable fan on a table. Use a thermometer to…
Clean Air Science Fair Research Project Grade Levels:  7-9 Grade Levels: 7-9 Question: Does indoor or outdoor air have more particulate pollution? Possible Hypotheses: Inside air has more particulate pollution.Outside air has more particulate pollution. Materials: 14 white index cards Petroleum jelly Cotton swabs Magnifying glass Procedure: 1. Label the…
Waste Heat Science Fair Project research project Grade Levels: 4-6 Question: Does a high watt bulb produce more heat than a low watt bulb? Does an incandescent bulb produce more heat than a fluorescent bulb? Possible Hypotheses: A high watt bulb does/does not produce more heat than a low watt…

Slow Cooker Science Fair Project

Slow Cooker Science Fair Project research project
Slow Cooker Science Fair Project research project Grade Levels: 7-9 Question: Which natural material works best to insulate a homemade slow cooker: paper, cloth, or hay? Possible Hypothesis: The best insulator for a slow cooker is paper/cloth/hay. Materials: 3 cardboard boxes of equal size (large enough to hold pan and…
Solar Distiller  Science Fair Project
Solar Distiller Grade Levels: 7-9 Questions: Can you distill clean water from muddy water? Can you distill clean water from salty water? Possible Hypotheses: You can/cannot make clean water from muddy water. You can/cannot make clean water from salty water. Materials: Two large plastic containers Clear plastic wrap Masking tape…
Saving Hot Water  Science Fair Project
Saving Hot Water Grade Levels: K-3 Question: Does it save more water to take a shower or a bath? Hypotheses: It takes more/less water to take a shower than a bath. Materials: A bathtub with a shower Bath crayons - 2 colors (If a bath crayon is not available, tape…

 

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Magnets and Heat Science Fair Project
Magnets and Heat Grade Levels: K-3 Question: Does temperature affect the force of a magnet? Hypotheses: Temperature does/does not affect the force of a magnet. Materials: Magnet Paper clips Hair drier Procedure: 1. Record the number of paper clips the magnet can lift at room temperature. 2. Place the magnet…
Comparing Light Bulbs Science Fair Project
Comparing Light Bulbs Grade Levels: K-3 Questions: Do incandescent and fluorescent bulbs produce the same kind of light? Do incandescent and fluorescent bulbs produce the same amount of heat? Hypotheses: Incandescent and fluorescent bulbs do/do not produce the same kind of light. Incandescent and fluorescent bulbs do/do not produce the…
Sun or Shade Science Fair Project
Sun or Shade Grade Levels: K-3 Question: Is the air the same temperature in the sun and in the shade? Hypotheses: The air is/is not the same temperature in the sun and in the shade. Materials: Thermometer Procedure: 1. Hang a thermometer in the shade for five minutes. Record the…

Thermal Energy Put to Work science fair projects

 Thermal Energy Put to Work science fair projects
Thermal Energy Put to Work Grade Levels: 7-9 Question: Can thermal energy be made to do useful work? Possible Hypotheses: Thermal energy is/not useful energy that can be used for work. Materials: Plastic 1-liter bottle Large balloon Bowl of hot (not boiling) water Bowl of ice water Small rock Procedure:…
Hot Ice
Hot Ice Grade Levels: K-3 Question: Which will become ice faster, hot or cold water? Possible Hypotheses: Cold water will freeze faster/slower than hot water. Materials: Two Styrofoam cups Hot tap water Cold tap water Procedure: 1. Fill one cup with very cold water. Fill the other with the same…
Colors and Light
Colors and Light Grade Levels: K-3 Question: Do some colors absorb more sunlight than others? Possible Hypotheses: All colors absorb the same amount of sunlight. Some colors absorb more sunlight than others. Materials: Four tall clear glasses Water Food coloring Immersion thermometer Procedure: Fill the glasses with the same amount…
Static Power
Static Power Grade Levels: K-3 Background: When coal is burned in a power plant, small particles of pollution called soot are produced. Static electricity can be used to capture soot before it leaves the power plant. Question: Can a mixture of salt, sugar and pepper be separated using static electricity?…
Make Heron’s Fountain science fair projects
Make Heron’s Fountain Heron’s fountain is a great project for a science fair, as it is simple to make and displays many of the basic principles of physics. This project shows how potential energy can provide power, using water and gravity, and air and compression. These are fundamental aspects of…
Archimedes Displacement Experiment
Archimedes Displacement Experiment Science Fair Demonstration The Ancient Greek mathematician, Archimedes, is most famous for running naked down the street shouting ‘Eureka! Eureka!’ (I have it! I have it!), after finding out the solution to a tricky problem.   While he contributed much more to science than this, including building…