Category Archives: elementary

The grades that are classified under elementary include K-5 where they focus primarily on the foundational components of science.

Science experiments and projects that will have you walking on eggshells…

Walking on Eggs Experiments and Projects

Eggshell science fair projects are great for exploring the science concept of permeability. Below you will find five options for your science experiments and projects. Each involves an egg, its shell and the concept of permeability. Build on these experiment ideas to develop winning science fair projects. If you are interested in an eggshell science […]

Science Experiment How to Make a Wind Vane with a Paper Plates

How to Make a Weather Vane Science Experiment
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3rd grader, Avin, shows you are how to make a wind vane with paper plates, scissors a pencil and more easy at home materials. All the materials you need are listed in the video as well as easy directions.

Visual Exercises to Reduce Eye Strain Experiment

Visual Exercises to Reduce Eye Strain Experiment
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The purpose of Mark’s project, The Visual Exercises to Reduce Eye Strain Experiment, was to find out if visual exercises will help reduce eye strain after using electronic gadgets. The Big Question that motivated this investigation: “How can I protect my eyes from gadgets?” Mark is 10 years old and from Russia. A promo video […]

Winter science activities for kids 5-12…

Young Scientists Science Club Kits

Get ready to engage you children during holidays and winter with winter science activities! Kids get very excited around the holidays. This energy can be expelled in one of two ways, hyperactivity or focused activity. Young Scientist kits are for kids 5-12 years old. They are a great way to focus your kids’ energy during […]

1st grade science experiments and ideas…

Five 1st Grade Science Experiments and Ideas

Do you need a list for 1st grade science experiments and ideas? If you do then you are in luck. Below you will find five different lists of 1st grade science experiments that you can do at home or in class. The lists of the best kids’ science fair projects are organized by topic and […]

Interesting science experiments for newsies…

Science Fair Project: What makes newspaper flammable?

Newspaper science fair projects are generally pretty innovative. After all you have to develop interesting science experiments using newspaper for something other than what it was designed for. If you are ready for innovative and interesting science fair projects, then try out these great sample projects and see what ideas you can come up with […]

Science Fair Projects on Dog Food

Science Fair projects on Dog Food

Science fair projects on dog food can be gross, scientific, fun or technical. There are a lot of angles that your food experiments can take. However, to get the best reaction possible from the judges at your local science fair, you need to develop a great project that not only is informative, but that is […]

Foliage and Nutrients Science Fair Project Abstract

Foliage and Nutrients Science Fair Project Abstract

Examine this 3rd grade Foliage and Nutrients Science Fair Project Abstract to see which mode of nourishment makes plants grow the fastest. River 3rd Grade – Age 8 Florida, USA My experiment tested the following types of nourishment: Tap water Pete’s Bloom Buster Miracle-Gro Vinegar Coffee grounds Eggshells Milk Compost Hypothesis I believe Miracle-Gro will […]

Ten 4th Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

4th Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

Look at ten 4th Grade Science Fair Project Ideas submitted by Jordan to the Summer Science Fair Contest. Jordan Age 9 Colorado, USA Science Fair Project Ideas – 1st Prize Winner of the Summer Science Fair Contest Project #1 Ideas – Biology – Life Sciences – Anatomy Science Fair Projects – Human’s Internal Clocks Question […]

What can Wind Turbines be Used For?

What Are Wind Turbines Used For?

What can wind turbines be used for? Wind turbines are a very practical energy tool that has been used for centuries by humans to do difficult jobs. They are based on a very basic science principle that transfers wind energy to mechanical energy, and in some cases which then transfers mechanical energy into electrical energy. […]