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1 000+ Free Science Fair Projects For Kids

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Last Updated: 30 December 2020

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Crafting the perfect science fair project is right of passage for most elementary-school kids. The ideal experiment involves a few key ingredients, little bit of parent involvement, and can be completed in under two weeks. Traditionally, science fairs take place in fifth grade, but many schools are now incorporating STEM experiments into curriculum as early as kindergarten, so we've put together a list of 19 easy science fair project ideas, ranging from tried-and-true exploding volcano to extracting DNA from strawberries There are chemistry science projects for 5 grade and plenty of hands-on, messy ideas for the youngest inventors. Create walking rainbow by filling jars with colored water.

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Science Fair Projects

Extracting DNA from Strawberrys Feel like real-life Jurassic Park scientist when you show your classmates how to extract DNA from strawberries 16. Bottle Flip Challenge Theres little more than luck involved in the viral Bottle Flip Challenge. Students can learn to test for variables of bottle size, shape, and water level in this project. 17. Show Off Tooth Decay Model Using eggshells and mason jars filled with various liquids, create this Tooth Decay Model, explaining to your peers how various substances cause Decay. 18. Floating Paperclip Explore the concept of surface tension by making paperclip float in glass of water in this easy science fair project. 19. Make Rainbow It may have taken tons of experimentation for Isaac Newton to discover that there is a full-spectrum of color in every beam of light, but all your student needs is prism and flashlight to demonstrate this Rainbow phenomenon.

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