Create a Simple Magnet


Aim: To make a magnet out off simple iron pieces. Materials Required: 1.      A magnet. 2.      Some iron pins. Procedure: 1.      Take the magnet and move it over the iron pins. 2.      Start it from…

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Make an Electromagnet Using an Iron Nail


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to make a simple electromagnet using iron nail. Materials Required: A long iron nail A copper wire of length 1 meter (lightly insulated) 1 or two…

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Movement of Gas Molecules Demonstration


Aim: To understand and visualize the movement of molecules in a gas. Materials required: A wire mesh cage, a bird cage will do. Some ping-pong balls. A few different colors of paint. A blow dryer….

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Balloon Controlled Roller Experiment


Aim: To make a roller rotate with the help of a balloon. Materials Required: 1.      An empty cylindrical soda can. 2.      An inflated balloon. Procedure: 1.      Place the can on a smooth horizontal table or…

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Egg in a Bottle Science Fair Project


Aim: The aim of this science project is to insert an egg into a glass bottle whose neck diameter is smaller than the egg, and thereby learn the effect of atmospheric pressure. Materials Required: Hard…

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Simple Science Project to Demonstrate the Effect of Inertia


What is inertia? According to Newton’s second law of motion inertia is the ability of a body to maintain its state of rest or of uniform motion without the application of an external force. The…

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Fireproof Balloons Experiment


Fire proof Balloons To raise the temperature of iron is easier than to raise the temperature of water! It takes just 1/10th time to raise the temperature of 1 gram of iron than it does…

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Homemade Gyroscope Experiment with Bicycle Wheel


Aim: To demonstrate the principle of conservation of angular momentum using a homemade gyroscope mechanism. Materials required: A rotating chair or stool. A bicycle wheel. Two handles which can be attached using a bolt to…

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Magnetic Shielding Experiment


Aim: To show that magnetic materials are permeable while others are non-permeable. Materials Required: 1.      A magnetic rectangular bar. 2.      Two cardboard (5cms*7cms). 3.      Two pencils 4.      Five or six clips. 5.      Straw or ice…

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Crazy pendulum Experiment


Aim: To understand the chaotic motion of a pendulum under the influence of magnetism. Materials required: 7 ring magnets. A ring stand. Some chalk. String. Procedure: Arrange the magnets in pairs so that they stick…

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