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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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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Sound Through Different Mediums


Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to understand how sound is transmitted through different mediums. Materials required: Coat hanger. A 3 or 4 feet long piece of thread. Procedure: Loop the middle of the thread…

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Drive a Boat Using Soap


Aim: To study the effect of soap molecules spreading in water using an interesting experiment. Materials required: A large pan with some water in it. Some foil paper. A pair of scissors. A soap solution….

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Water Trick – A science Fair Project with Cold and Hot Water


Materials Required: A sink or basin A square piece of waxed paper Red and green food colour Cold water Hot water Two identical jars Procedure: Pour hot water into one of the jars. Carefully, position…

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Catherine Wheel using a Milk Carton


Aim: To demonstrate the working of a Catherine wheel or turbine and understand Newton’s third law using a simple experiment. Materials required: Some water. An empty milk carton. Some string. Procedure: Poke a hole through…

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Find the Center of Gravity of a Body


Aim: The aim of this simple science fair project is to demonstrate the concept of center of gravity with a simple experiment. Materials required: 1.      A meter ruler or cane. 2.      Some clay. Procedure: 1.     …

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Different Weights for Same Volume of Soda!!!


Aim: To understand how even the same volume of liquid can have different mass and weight. Materials required: A bucket of water. A can of normal soda and diet soda of the same brand and…

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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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