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Science Fair Project Examples & Ideas

Looking for a really cool science experiment? Clear the house and then check out some of these school science projects. Back to Article

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donnabug13
donnabug13 wrote:
2013-08-23 15:13:09 -0700

i did a jelly fish project and a penut butter jelly fish with it XD

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hugebear
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hugebear wrote:
2013-08-07 10:57:12 -0700

potatoes Big Grin

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-29 17:58:56 -0700

Potato battery

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hugebear
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hugebear wrote:
2013-07-28 08:33:43 -0700

[likes]

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kathyrn12
kathyrn12 wrote:
2013-05-15 21:48:14 -0700

hi

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koalagirl77
koalagirl77 wrote:
2013-01-15 16:55:17 -0800

hi

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Elizabeth521
Elizabeth521 wrote:
2012-11-14 11:51:47 -0800

I realy want to do the crystel garden

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swaggmaster100
swaggmaster100 wrote:
2012-09-25 19:17:51 -0700

these are actually really good when i have a science fair project to do which will be soon im gonna look here for ideas and see what comes to my mind!!

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lottie01
lottie01 wrote:
2012-09-15 05:00:29 -0700

these are good i like them

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marcestar
marcestar wrote:
2012-08-30 16:18:58 -0700

lol so do i hiroka

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hiroka
hiroka wrote:
2012-07-15 21:13:13 -0700

I always get a C or Be-all on my science fair projects. Cause I always do them last minute smile

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Iloveyewh
Iloveyewh wrote:
2012-07-09 19:32:40 -0700

Haha nice add me people please (:

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katiebunny
katiebunny wrote:
2012-06-10 11:01:59 -0700

i dont have a science fair im only in yr5 nearly in yr6!!!!!!!
and any advice for high school?/

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Z-swag
Z-swag wrote:
2012-05-23 11:25:37 -0700

my science fair is nxt week smile

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dee56
dee56 wrote:
2012-05-18 07:30:29 -0700

hey

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prettygirlswag487
prettygirlswag487 wrote:
2012-05-12 06:26:39 -0700

i love science to we did a science project to at my school

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claire5682
claire5682 wrote:
2012-05-02 17:05:10 -0700

cool name

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spence564
spence564 wrote:
2012-04-17 16:01:01 -0700

DOING THIS

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China Carter
China Carter wrote:
2012-04-08 12:02:17 -0700

i love science

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Verma-S2213
Verma-S2213 wrote:
2012-04-08 01:48:00 -0700

cool

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