Fooling Your Brain with a Mirror


Aim: To prove that what we see is often affected by what we expect to see with the help of the mirror image experiment. Materials required: 1.      Mirrors – 2 in number, square in shape,…

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Heat Wave in a Jar


Heat waves also known as loo are common in summer. Heat can be generated from the suns rays. Heat can also be generated from electricity. In this experiment we can learn how to produce heat chemically….

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Make Homemade Geyser


Geysers are natural springs which have the property of discharging hot water and steam into the air intermittently. Have you wondered if you could have one of your own? This science fair project is about…

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Create Magnetic Circles


Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to demonstrate how a current carrying conductor generates a magnetic field. Materials required: A one foot long coat hanger wire (With any insulation scraped off). A wooden stand with…

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Different Colors on a CD


Aim: To understand the reason behind different colours we see when light reflects off a compact disc. Materials required: 1.A compact disc which cannot be put to use later. 2.A white paper sheet. Procedure: 1.Take…

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Effect of Temperature on Water Flow


Aim: To understand the effect of temperature on water flow and the formation of convention currents in water. Materials required: Food coloring Eye dropper Two ice cubes Warm tap water Marking tape One liter small-mouth…

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Understanding Patterns in Water


What is the first thing that comes to your mind when someone asks you “Have you seen patterns in water?”  You would probably imagine the ripples one sees when an object is popped into the…

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Balloon Rocket Experiment


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to demonstrate the effects of air pressure and thrust.  (A proof to Newton’s Third Law) Materials required: 1.       A balloon. 2.       A straw. 3.       Some duct…

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Lighted Water Denonstration


If we add a color to a jar of water it will get colored. If we pour that water down, the color, which is dissolved in the water, will also go along with it. This…

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Alternating Magnetic Field with AC Current


Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to understand how AC current creates an alternating magnetic field. Materials required: A light bulb, preferably an elongated one. A powerful magnet. Procedure: Keep the bulb in a holder…

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