Visible Light Spectrum


Aim: To split the white light into its constituent visible spectral colours through the following experiment. Materials required: 1.      A sized piece of white paper or a white cardboard. 2.      A mirror small in size….

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Testing the Efficiency of Two Light Sources


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to compare different light sources and deduce which one is more energy efficient using a simple experiment. Materials required: A normal incandescent light bulb. A florescent…

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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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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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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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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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