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One idea for a fun middle school science project is investigating which ratio of vinegar to baking soda produces the best chemical volcano eruption. Other ideas include examining whether different brands of soda spew the... More »

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Examples of good projects for a middle school science fair include descriptive projects such as researched reports about global climate change, experimentation projects such as "What is the effect of caffeine on plant gr... More »

Some ideas for middle school science projects include finding out what plants grow in which soil pH level and discovering the electrical conductivity of certain soil types, says Live Science. Other science projects inclu... More »

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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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Examples of good projects for a middle school science fair include descriptive projects such as researched reports about global climate change, experimentation projects such as "What is the effect of caffeine on plant gr... More »

One idea for a good third-grade science project is to test how smell affects taste by having 15 volunteers taste various pieces of fruit. For the first round, they'll be blindfolded, the second round they'll have their n... More »

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According to Science.com, exploring how long it takes for drinks to stain a person's teeth is a good science project idea. Testing the relationship between a person's eye color and sight is another good idea for a sevent... More »