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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Colored Shadows Experiment


Shadows never leave our sides like our best friends. They are with us always even if they have only one color. Is anyone think of painting them into some exciting colours? Human beings have always…

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Glue Stick Sun Set Demonstration


The blue sky and the red sunsets are due to the scattering of light by the atmosphere. This can be modelled when light from a flashlight shines through clear glue sticks. Aim: The aim of…

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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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Project on Diffraction of Light


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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Spherical Reflection-Reflecting Light Science Fair Project


Aim: To study the properties of reflection when light reflects off a curved (convex) surface. Materials required: Silver coloured Christmas tree balls (remove the hooks and collars). A box made from hard board with sides…

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Make a Telescope – A Science Fair Project for Kids


Aim: To make a simple telescope. Materials required: A large convex lens to act as the objective piece. A smaller concave lens to act as the eyepiece. Procedure: Stand facing a distant object like a…

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Repeating Images to Infinity


Aim: To do a simple experiment to see an infinite number of images of an object fading into the distance. Materials required: Two mirrors. Two stands to make the mirrors stand upright. Procedure: Keep the…

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Persistence of Vision Experiment with a Stroboscope


Aim: To prove the phenomenon called persistence of vision by creating different visual effects with the help of a rotatingstroboscope. Materials required: 1.      A stroboscopic disc 2.      Hardboard which could keep the disc hard and…

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Heat Absorption for Different Colors Experiment


Aim: The aim of this project is to prove that different colors absorb different amounts of heat and also to compare which color absorbs more heat. Materials required: Immersion thermometer Water Three different food coloring…

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