Understanding the Workings of a Doorbell


Aim: To do a simple experiment to understand the working of a ding dong bell. Materials required: A few feet of insulated wire. A 6 volt battery. A cardboard of plastic tube. A big nail….

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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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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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Make Lightning Using Static Electricity


This science fair project is about creating a small spark of electricity due to the action of static electricity. Lightning in its original form has a voltage of about 100000000V. Aim of the project: To…

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Separating Materials Using Static Electricity


Aim: The aim of this science experiment is to conduct a simple experiment to separate different materials in a mixture using static electricity. Materials required for the experiment: A plastic comb. A woolen cloth. A…

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Static Charge Experiment with Rice Krispies


Aim: The aim of this science fair experiment is to demonstrate that static charge exists with the help of rice krispies. Materials Required: 1.      A plate of rice krispies. 2.      A bar of thermoplastic. 3.     …

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Conductivity testing device


Aim: To make a simple device to test the conductivity of objects and find out whether they are good or bad conductors of electricity. Materials required: 1. A small flashlight bulb. 2. A battery. 3….

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Make an Electromagnet Using an Iron Nail


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to make a simple electromagnet using iron nail. Materials Required: A long iron nail A copper wire of length 1 meter (lightly insulated) 1 or two…

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Balloon Controlled Roller Experiment


Aim: To make a roller rotate with the help of a balloon. Materials Required: 1.      An empty cylindrical soda can. 2.      An inflated balloon. Procedure: 1.      Place the can on a smooth horizontal table or…

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Simple Electric Motor – A Science Fair Experiment


Aim: To make a simple electric motor to amaze your friends. Materials Required: A copper wire An AA battery Small magnetic discs Procedure: Remove the insulations of the copper wire Shape the copper wire as…

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