A good 8th grade science experiment should center around use of the scientific method, particularly if the project will be graded or displayed at a science fair. A topic that interests the student can lead to a positive ... More »

Science projects for eighth graders are designed to encourage students to conduct independent studies with original research. The science projects teach students to employ rigorous scientific controls, graph data and app... More »

Examples of eighth-grade science projects include determining if tea and coffee stains teeth and examining the principles of flight using kites. Many eight grade students also complete a science project that requires the... More »

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A testable science question for 6th grade is one a student can use to design and carry out an experiment or science fair project. Subjects to investigate include chemistry, botany, environment, health, weather and geolog... More »

In order to create a catchy science fair project title, the title must be clear, precise, use readable fonts and make people interested in the topic. When creating a science fair project, one of the key factors to gettin... More »

The "Pop a Rocket" project and the "Tube Kazoo" project are two Bill Nye-created physical science experiments suitable for a science fair. The rocket project uses film canisters, baking powder and water for two-part fuel... More »

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Background research informs the researcher who is carrying out the experiment and raises the chances of successfully completing the science fair project. Science fair rules often require the inclusion of background resea... More »