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What's the best way to wash your hands?
What's the best way to wash your hands?
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What's the best way to wash your hands?
This science program teaches young students about germs, germs, and the importance of washing your hands. The students will test what is the best way to wash.
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Ew... Brown guacamole!
Ew... Brown guacamole!
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Ew... Brown guacamole!
This science experiment tested why guacamole turns brown, and whether putting a fruit pit in it can stop it from turning brown.
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Why do green plants turn brown?
Why do green plants turn brown?
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Why do green plants turn brown?
This science fair project teaches wilting and Browning of raw salad vegetables.
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Can you keep a secret?
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Can you keep a secret?
The story changes as you retell it. The goal of this science fair project is to show how information can be interpreted, distorted and changed.
The kindergarten
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Optical illusion
Optical illusion
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Optical illusion
Can you trick your eyes and brain with optical illusions? The goal of this science fair project is to showcase a wide variety of optical illusions.
The kindergarten
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Dinosaur Tracks: How Do fossil Marks Form?
Dinosaur Tracks: How Do fossil Marks Form?
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Dinosaur Tracks: How Do fossil Marks Form?
Kindergarteners will love this geological science project, where they will learn how fossils are formed by creating fossil imprints in homemade clay.
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Coquina Pasta: Make your own sedimentary rock
Coquina Pasta: Make your own sedimentary rock
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Coquina Pasta: Make your own sedimentary rock
In this experiment, students will create their own version of Coquina, the sedimentary rock thatas formed from shells and sand, cemented by sea water minerals.
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Distribution of color
Distribution of color
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Distribution of color
See if online lotteries can create movement on a plate and create a wonderful and colorful show.
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Shape Walking: Seeing shapes in the world of online lotteries
Shape Walking: Seeing shapes in the world of online lotteries
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Shape Walking: Seeing shapes in the world of online lotteries
In this science fair project, young children observe, record, and create collections of shapes in their world, increasing their ability to observe.
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Transforming trees: Tracking changes through the seasons
Transforming trees: Tracking changes through the seasons
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Transforming trees: Tracking changes through the seasons
In this science fair project, children notice and track how trees change throughout the year.
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Explore flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter
Explore flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter
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Explore flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter
In this science fair project, young children will be aware of and have the opportunity to experience four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.
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Explore the sense of smell: Sniff bottles
Explore the sense of smell: Sniff bottles
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Explore the sense of smell: Sniff bottles
This simple project makes children aware of their sense of smell and its ability to provide them with information about the world.
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Exploring Touch: The Mysterious Sense Box
Exploring Touch: The Mysterious Sense Box
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Exploring Touch: The Mysterious Sense Box
The program gives children a unique insight into their sense of touch, which allows them to learn information about the world around them.
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Show photosynthesis: Writing in grass
Show photosynthesis: Writing in grass
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Show photosynthesis: Writing in grass
This intriguing experiment provides a concrete and visually compelling illustration of photosynthesis.
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Discovery and classification of fruit and vegetable seeds
Discovery and classification of fruit and vegetable seeds
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Discovery and classification of fruit and vegetable seeds
In this project, children discover, identify and sort seeds of various fruits and vegetables
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How does stress change minerals?
How does stress change minerals?
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How does stress change minerals?
In this science fair project, students learn how pressure causes minerals in a rock to line up in the same direction and form bands and foliations.
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Gloves in a Jar: Demonstrate a closed system
Gloves in a Jar: Demonstrate a closed system
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Gloves in a Jar: Demonstrate a closed system
In this science fair experiment, children demonstrate the relationship between the amount of matter and pressure in a closed system.
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Air pressure Science experiments: Balloons and Jars
Air pressure Science experiments: Balloons and Jars
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Air pressure Science experiments: Balloons and Jars
In this barometric science experiment with balloons and jars, children use heat to create a partial vacuum and then suck balloons into the jars.
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How does sound travel through gas? A liquid? A solid one?
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How does sound travel through gas? A liquid? A solid one?
In this sound experiment, children hear a difference when tapping on a bag of air, a bag of water, and a block of wood held up to their ears.
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What happens when oil and water combine?
What happens when oil and water combine?
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What happens when oil and water combine?
In this science fair project, what do children discover happens when two liquids of different densities come together.
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How does sound travel through air and solids
How does sound travel through air and solids
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How does sound travel through air and solids
This classic children's game shows how sound travels through the air. Through the solid.
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The speed of sound on the string
The speed of sound on the string
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The speed of sound on the string
This classic children's game uses a string to connect two cups -- demonstrating the ability of sound to travel through air versus solid objects.
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The density test
The density test
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The density test
This is a quick, simple science fair project that communicates the concept of density to preschool and early elementary school children.
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Leaf rubbings: Shapes and patterns
Leaf rubbings: Shapes and patterns
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Leaf rubbings: Shapes and patterns
In this project, which combines nature, art, math, and science, children take rubbings on leaves, then observe the shape and structure of leaves, and classify leaf images.
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Hide and listen: a listening activity
Hide and listen: a listening activity
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Hide and listen: a listening activity
This kind of play activity helps children focus and become more aware of their hearing and the power of their ears.
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A selection of kindergarten science fair project ideas. These science fair projects can help you find kindergarten level ideas for your science fair.