All Science Fair Projects

Over 1000 FREE Science Fair Project Ideas!

Search for great science fair projects using our cool search box! Biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences - any topic for your science fair project.
To demonstrate what happens in an oil spill, fill a glass bottle two-thirds full of water. Add blue food coloring to make the "ocean."
Difficulty: Elementary school
This simple experiment serves as an introduction to the greenhouse effect. Students can see for themselves the effects of a greenhouse, and relate this understanding to what occurs in our atmosphere.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment is to observe the results of cellular respiration of yeasts, using grape sugar as a substrate and yielding carbon dioxide and ethanol.
Difficulty: High school
You may wish to do this demonstration outside. This apparatus will use air pressure to propel tephra (sand) into the air. A fan disperses the tephra downwind where it accumulates to form a cinder cone. Visibility of the tephra is enhanced if a white sheet or cardboard is used as a backdrop and drop cloth.
Difficulty: High school
A Tsunami (Japanese for 'harbour wave') is a wave generated by an undersea earthquake,landslip or volcanic eruption so if you want to demonstrate what causes a tsunami rarher than it effect that it may have then we have to think about simulating an undersea earthquake.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The apparatus consists of a heavy object that is dragged steadily with an elastic cord. Although pulled with a constant velocity, the heavy object repeatedly slides and then stops. A small vibration sensor, attached to a computer display, graphically monitors this intermittent motion.
Difficulty: High school
When rocks are worn down by water, wind, or other means, that is weathering. Soil is made up of weathered rock particles, so without weathering, there would be no soil. Try the following activities to see how rocks can weather.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This model is easy to demonstrate and very useful in relating hazards associated with lava flows (or mud flows). However, this model costs more and requires you to order a plastic three-dimensional map.
Difficulty: Middle school
No matter where you look, the land you see is a battleground. On one side of the battle are the forces beneath the surface. These forces cause the crust to be faulted, folded, tilted, and lifted. On the other side of the battle are the natural processes of weathering and erosion. Once rock has been broken up by weathering the small pieces can be moved by water, ice, wind, or gravity. Ev
Difficulty: Elementary school
What is air pressure? Did you know you can make something that will measure air pressure? You can actually do a bit of weather predicting from a simple made-at-home piece of equipment.
Difficulty: Elementary school
 Page 2 of 5 
Search science fair projects Browse science fair projects
Science kits, science lessons, science toys, maths toys, hobby kits, science games and books - these are some of many products that can help give your kid an edge in their science fair projects, and develop a tremendous interest in the study of science. When shopping for a science kit or other supplies, make sure that you carefully review the features and quality of the products. Compare prices by going to several online stores. Read product reviews online or refer to magazines.
Copyright (C) 2016 All Science Fair All Rights Reserved. Site
All Science Fair Projects Homepage