Fading Dot Experiment


Aim: The aim of this kid’s science fair project is to prove that there is a tiny jittering movement for our eyeballs with the help of the fading dot experiment. Materials required: 1.      A sheet…

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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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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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Flickering Lights Science Fair Experiment


Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to understand the flickering effect of an LED bulb. Materials required: A radio or any other device with an LED light. Or an LED bulb. Procedure: Switch on the…

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Create ‘After Images’ Experiment


This Science Fair Project is about ‘after images and how they are produced. When you look at the sun in noon for few seconds and after that if you look into the surroundings, you can…

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Blind Spot in Eyes – A Science Fair Project for Kids


Aim: To find and understand the blind spot of your eye with a simple experiment. Materials required: A stiff piece of paper of card approximately 8 x 10 cm in dimension. A metre ruler. A…

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Alpha Waves Sleep Science Fair Projects


Sleep is a great topic for science fair projects. It is a dynamic process that scientists still do not know a lot about. If you are looking for a topic that has the potential to…

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How Children Explore Their World


It is encouraged that children be exposed to the outside world. Whether it is a walk in the park, an outdoor playset or even a day of fishing on the lake. Many children get stuck…

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