How to View Sunspots


Aim: To make a simple apparatus to view sunspots without harming your eyes. Materials required: A sheet of white paper. A telescope or if telescope is not available, a shoe box with a hole on…

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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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Color Wheel Experiment to Show Light Consists of Many Colors


What is a color wheel? A color wheel is a visual organization of colors around a circle based on their order in visual spectrum.  It shows relationships between primary, secondary and complimentary colors. The color…

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Make a Telescope Using a Single Lens


Aim: To make a telescope using only one lens. Materials Required A lense (Concave/convex) Glue A pin A piece of cardboard An aluminium foil sheet Procedure: Make a hole at the center of the aluminum…

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