A Science Project on Diffraction


The process of bending of light when passing around an edge or through a slit is called diffraction. A demonstration of diffraction can be easily done by using a candle or small bright flashlight and…

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Build a Homemade Periscope


The aim of this simple science fair project is to make a periscope using simple materials Materials Required for the project: Two similar pocket mirrors A box or a pipe of 50 centimeters length (The…

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Rock Candy Science Fair Project


Aim: The aim of this science project is to make your own rock candy. Materials Required: A piece of string (20 cm long) One cup of water A medium sized bead (should not float in…

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Bouncing Ball Experiment – A Fun Science Project


Aim: To understand the law of conservation of energy using a simple experiment. Materials required: 1.      A tennis ball. 2.      A knife. Procedure of the project: 1.      Drop the tennis ball from a height on…

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Spill Water- Simple Test on Cohesion


Aim: To observe the phenomenon of cohesion in liquids by a simple experiment using water. Materials required: Some water. A glass or cup. Some pins. Procedure: Fill the glass or cup to the brim with…

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Prove that Light Consists of Multiple Colors


In physics we learn that natural light is a combination of seven colours. This science fair project is to prove that theory by separating colors from light. Aim: Demonstrate that light consists of seven colours. Materials Required:…

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How to Make a Kaleidoscope


Aim: To build a basic Kaleidoscope to see colourful 3D patterns. Materials required: Some duct tape. Some coloured paper A pair of scissors. Glue. Three pieces of glass mirror. Procedure: Buy a glass or acrylic…

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Density Tower Experiment


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to make a density tower. What is density tower? A density tower is a column of different liquids which are immiscible with each other. Since these…

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Balancing a Stick on Your Finger


Aim: To demonstrate the phenomenon of rotational inertia using a circus trick. Materials required: 1.      A two or three feet long stick or ruler. 2.      Some clay. Procedure: 1.      Take the stick and attach the…

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Can Crushing Experiment – Crushing a Can with Air Pressure


You might have experienced that on windy days it is difficult to keep the cycle steady. The cycle tends to move in the direction of the wind. It is one these days that we feel…

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