Monthly Archives: January 2015

How Snoring Works

Aim: The aim of this fun science fair project for kids is to conduct a simple experiment to understand how snoring works. Materials required: A sheet of wax paper. A ruler. A pair of scissors. Procedure: Cut out a 15 cm or 6 inch square piece of wax paper. Hold the paper by the sides and bring it up to […]

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Air Compression – Pop a Straw

Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to understand the effects of compressed air with a simple experiment. Materials required: A thick plastic straw. Procedure: Take the straw in both hands and tightly pinch both ends. Twist the straw into coils with a motion like pedalling a bicycle. Leave an inch of untwisted straw on each end. Ask […]

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Hanging Water Experiment

Aim: The aim of this project is to demonstrate the power of atmospheric pressure by a fun experiment. Materials required: 1)      A piece of paper 2)      Water 3)      An empty bottle Procedure: 1)      Fill the water in the bottle until it overflows 2)      Cove the mouth of the bottle with a small piece of paper. Just place the paper over […]

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Visible Light Spectrum

Aim: To split the white light into its constituent visible spectral colours through the following experiment. Materials required: 1.      A sized piece of white paper or a white cardboard. 2.      A mirror small in size. 3.      A shallow dish/pan large enough to hold the mirror horizontally 4.      Water and an outdoor sunny place. Procedure: 1.      Fill the dish with water. […]

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Creati a Mist of Water

Aim: The aim of this kid’s science fair project is to create a small mist. Materials Required for the project: Two straws (A smaller one and a regular one) A small jar of water. Procedure: With one hand hold the smaller straw vertically in the water. Take the other straw and hold it in 90 degree to the tip of […]

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Fading Dot Experiment

Aim: The aim of this kid’s science fair project is to prove that there is a tiny jittering movement for our eyeballs with the help of the fading dot experiment. Materials required: 1.      A sheet of pink paper. 2.      A sheet of blue paper. 3.      A sheet of wax paper in order to cover the pink paper. 4.      A pair […]

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