What are good ideas for science fair projects?
Science Fair Ideas
- Does music affect on animal behavior?
- Does the color of food or drinks affect whether or not we like them?
- Where are the most germs in your school? (CLICK for more info.)
- Does music have an affect on plant growth?
- Which kind of food do dogs (or any animal) prefer best?
What are some 7th grade science projects?
45 Clever Seventh Grade Science Fair Projects and Classroom…
- Drive a balloon-powered car.
- Construct a DIY Grow Box.
- Sort jellybeans to learn genetics.
- Make a teabag float on air.
- Crush a can using air pressure.
- Construct a geodesic dome.
- Design a solar oven.
- Spherify your favorite beverage.
What is a good testable science fair project?
Does the flavor of ice cream affect how fast the ice cream melts? Does changing the wingtip direction affect an airplane’s flight? Does the type liquid given to a plant affect its growth? Does changing the movement of water affect the shade (color) of the water?
What are good science fair projects for 9th graders?
Science Fair Projects for 9th Grade
- Pressure Bottle Rocket. (Ages 9-16)
- Flying Teabag. (Ages 7-16)
- Flaming Torch. (Ages 9-16)
- Electromagnet. Give this experiment a try, and see how many paper clips you can pick up with your electromagnet!
- Rubber Band Racer. (Ages 5-16)
What are some good science fair projects for 4th graders?
40 Exciting Hands-On Fourth Grade Science Experiments, Activities, and Projects
- Flick marbles to learn transfer of energy.
- Measure a magnet’s attractive force.
- See light refraction in action.
- “Draw” on water with dry erase marker.
- Paint with sunscreen.
- Blow unpoppable bubbles.
- Grow crystal names.
Will vinegar melt ice?
Add 2 cups of white vinegar and stir the mixture well. Once it’s sufficiently mixed up, pour it into a spray bottle. Then you can take it outside and spray the snow and ice that you want to melt. Not only will it melt old ice, but it will also prevent new ice and snow from accumulating.