SCIENCE PROJECTS FOR KIDS
Are you looking for a great science project for your kids? When your school has a science
fair, parents all scramble to find the appropriate topic. Many projects are either too difficult for the average kid, or too simple to get a good grade. We are here to help! We have packages of science projects for kids that will help you get top marks from science fair judges, and your science teacher.
The experiments in our science
guides have step by step instructions that are easy to follow. The needed supplies can be found in the supermarket or in a discount store. The projects are all fun to do, and lots of them can be finished in 24 hours or less.
Take a look at our science projects for kids at www.24hourscienceprojects.com.
We know you'll find a science project
perfect for the kids you love!
CHECK OUT THESE SCIENCE PROJECTS:
UNDERCOVER SNEEZE Does covering the mouth
really help prevent the spread of germs? A really easy
science project, perfect for an elementary
school science fair.
Take the shell off an egg without
boiling, and find out if water
will go through the membrane. Your kids will love this wacky
DON'T LOSE YOUR COOL Foam, pink,
spray-in, or rigid. Which type of insulation works best?
• VITAMIN "C"ITRUS Which
citrus fruit has the most Vitamin C? This science project will turn your kids into food chemists!
A SLICE OF ICE Does the shape of ice
affect melting time? This cool
science project will help you find out!
• A STRAIGHT FLUSH Which
toilet tissue is most biodegradable?
• A PINCH OF SALT How
does salt affect the boiling point of water?
• A FLAKY
SHOWDOWN Which brand cereal stays
crunchy longest? Have your kids try this tasty science
• SLIP SLIDING? NO
WAY! This experiment has great kid appeal! Find out which floor surface
prevents slips most effectively using toy cars.
• HEAR, HEAR
Are two ears better than one? Get a group
of kids to find out the answer.
Chart from our experiment "Undercover Sneeze!"
"Egg-xperiments" for kids.
Kids will love this tasty science project!
Science in Seconds for Kids