Craters and Meteorites, The Strength of an Electromagnet and The Bouba-Kiki Effect are examples of science fair projects from ScienceBuddies.org as of 2015. Other Science Buddies projects include May the Best Plant Win, Weather and Climate in Your Neighborhood, and Quick Draw McPaws.
Craters and Meteorites is a project that investigates how the size of a meteorite relates to the size of the crater it makes. The project is suitable for beginners, and the necessary materials for the project include at least three different sized balls or other round objects, a metric ruler, a cardboard box, and a bag of flour.
The Strength of an Electromagnet project teaches students to make an electromagnet. Students also investigate the causes of change in the magnet's strength. This project is suitable for beginners, but it has a hard difficulty rating. ScienceBuddies.org sells a kit with the necessary materials for this project.
The Bouba-Kiki Effect is a behavioral science project that determines whether people match certain symbolic characteristics with sounds. The project is suitable for beginners, and it has a medium difficulty rating. The necessary materials for this science project include a pen or pencil, index cards, at least five volunteers, and a lab notebook.