Air Compression – Pop a Straw


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to understand the effects of compressed air with a simple experiment. Materials required: A thick plastic straw. Procedure: Take the straw in both hands and tightly…

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The Floating Paper Clips Experiment


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to float a paper clip on water. Materials Required: A bowl of water Tissue paper of size 8cm x 8cm (or any similar size) A pencil…

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Creati a Mist of Water


Aim: The aim of this kid’s science fair project is to create a small mist. Materials Required for the project: Two straws (A smaller one and a regular one) A small jar of water. Procedure:…

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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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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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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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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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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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Sink Oil in Water – Fun Science Fair Project


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to see if oil can sink in water. Materials Required: A tall transparent glass Thick oil Salt How to Sink the oil Add water to the…

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Physics Project to Prove that Gases Have Volume


Gases are invisible, but they have volume. This means that the require space to be present and they have weight. The science fair project mentioned below is a simple experiment to prove that gases have…

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