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Science Fair Projects and Experiments

This site has links to several experiments and sample projects that are organized by subjects, (including electricity, medicine, botany, zoology, environment, and MORE), and also often organized by appropriate grade level (Elementary School, Middle School, and High School)

All Science Fair Projects

Search this website by keyword or browse by subject to find many science fair project ideas and procedures. Each project displays the difficultly level (Elementary School, Middle School, High School). You will also find several related links for other Science Fair Information.

Step by step instructions to a number of experiments can be found on this site.

What Works: Ideas from Parents - Science Fair Ideas,3002,1-12297,00.html

Here you will find a useful handful of science project ideas with instructions for carrying it out and age-appropriateness level indicated.

Super Science Fair Support Center

Several science activities and experiments are presented under Physics, chemistry, Biology, and Earth-Space. Also, don't miss many more experiments that can be found by scrolling down and looking at another menu on the right that includes more do it yourself science ideas.

Home Guide to Kitchen Science Experiments

This site links to several sites that offer great science experiment ideas.

Science Fair Ideas Exchange

Read about what other kids did for their science fair projects to get ideas for your own. Each entry usually includes the grade the person was in when they did the project and what their hypothesis was…and often they explain how they went about their experiment.

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