Science Fair Projects?
My sister has a Science Fair Project, and she asked me to help her.
And mine was really bad, so I decided to come here for ideas.
She's looking for something kind of easy, not as easy as what she did in grade six, [why straws look bent in water, ahaha.].
She's in grade eight, so it has to be something of a grade 7-10 level thing.
She has the help of me [grade 11].
Does anyone have any ideas or something they've seen before?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
If she knows how to calculate force, she could do a physics project:
Drop mentos into bottle of diet coke, measure how high it goes. Then you could find the force required to go that high and say why it does. There is info online I think it would be easy to do and fun.
- 1 decade ago
When I was in grade eight one person did creating recyclable/compostable bags and went on to come second in regionals/nationals/something like that. Other ideas were examining cheap materials in order to make a cost-effective insulation system. Other ideas are something like natural dyes, or a comparison test (which brand of water would be healthier for you, why, how does spring water differf from mineral water) This year my partner and I are doing a project on finding a better wire than the standard copper wire that allows less electricity to escape.
- 1 decade ago
I thought maybe these sites could help you? :
I hope I helped!! :] Good Luck! "]