The most used science fair project, and a kid favorite because it's messy, is the erupting volcano. First, a paper mache volcano is made. One way is to use a square of cardboard for the base and put a plastic bottle, per... More »

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Three unique ideas for science fair projects include color-changing carnations, creating a cloud in a bottle, and determining which frozen liquid melts the fastest. Each project is associated with a different subsection ... More »

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Seventh graders can choose to tell minerals apart by using acid or learn about the Lenz Law and use a magnet through a copper tube. Education.com provides seventh graders a variety of science projects to choose from and ... More »

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One idea for an impressive science fair project is DNA extraction of fruit using household chemicals. Another science fair project that makes you seem smart involves testing different recrystallization methods to find th... More »

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Pouring baking soda paste through oil causes an acid base reaction, simulating the eruption of an underwater volcano. To create your own underwater volcano science project, prepare 2 cups of vegetable oil, 1/2 cup of vin... More »

Five of the most common science fair projects are making a baking soda and vinegar volcano, creating a vegetable battery, formulating invisible ink, growing crystals and measuring the effects of tooth decay. These are co... More »

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A child can create her own volcano at home for an upcoming science project in about 15 to 30 minutes. Science Fair Adventure provides simple steps to creating a volcano using only some playdough, an empty film canister, ... More »

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