Last Minute Science Fair Ideas

4 Books


Have you ever wondered how a telescope brings objects closer or how cameras take pictures? How boats float or aeroplanes fly? All of these seemingly complicated things can be explained by basic science. With the help of this book, you will construct many weird, wonderful and wacky experiments that you can have hours of fun with!



Is the deadline for your science fair project quickly approaching? Not to worry, the 'Last Minute Science Fair Ideas’ series is written in an easy to follow format that will guide you to create an exciting science project for the upcoming fair. The science projects in each of the books of this 4-volume series are conveniently sorted according to the approximate time required to complete each experiment.

The 70 projects contained in this science experiment e-book cover a wide range of scientific topics; from Chemistry and Electricity to Life Sciences and Physics… there are even experiments on earth science, astronomy and geology all designed for science students from grade 1 to 8! With this book, you are sure to find a project that interests you. When you are interested in a certain science topic, you will have more fun, and learn more, too!

Amongst many others, you will make a fluid for copying newsprint to blank sheets of paper, make your own lava lamp with oil and water, Use a wristwatch and the sun as a compass, mapping how far the sun is from the moon, measuring the height of your school with the use of the sun, learning how to read an electricity consumption meter, fill a nylon stocking with nothing but static electricity, mapping the positions of tastes of your tongue, making a Snellen chart to test your friends’ eyesight, Study how much air weigh by making a balance and many, many more! When making these gadgets, you’ll discover that science is a part of every object in our daily lives, and who knows, maybe someday you will become a famous inventor too!

Designed with safety in mind, most of the items you will need for the experiments, such as jars, aluminium foil, scissors and sticky tape, you can find around your home. Others, such as magnets, lenses or a compass, you will be able to buy quite cheaply at a hobby shop or hardware store.
Have you ever wondered how a telescope brings objects closer or how cameras take pictures? How boats float or aeroplanes fly? All of these seemingly complicated things can be explained by basic science. With the help of this book, you will construct many weird, wonderful and wacky experiments that you can have hours of fun with!

Is the deadline for your science fair project quickly approaching? Not to worry, the 'Last Minute Science Fair Ideas’ series is written in an easy to follow format that will guide you to create an exciting science project for the upcoming fair. The science projects in each of the books of this 4-volume series are conveniently sorted according to the approximate time required to complete each experiment.

The 80 projects contained in this science experiment e-book cover a wide range of scientific topics; from Chemistry and Electricity to Life Sciences and Physics… there are even experiments on earth science, astronomy and geology all designed for science students from grade 1 to 8! With this book, you are sure to find a project that interests you. When you are interested in a certain science topic, you will have more fun, and learn more, too!

Amongst many others, you will make a depth graph using the principles of echo-location to understand how sound travels, construct a simple gyro to see how objects fly, make pulleys, levers and gears to experiment with mechanics, and make a homemade electroscope to learn about the attraction & repulsion forces of magnetism!

Other fun experiments include: mixing lemon juice and baking soda to make an endothermic reaction, calculating the viscosity factor of various liquids, telling the time with your own water clock, testing if marble is present in rock samples, using a solar powered calculator to measure light levels, removing static charges in clothing, Building a simple submarine, thaumatrope, air pressure rocket and many, many more! When making these gadgets, you’ll discover that science is a part of every object in our daily lives, and who knows, maybe someday you will become a famous inventor too! Designed with safety in mind, most of the items you will need for the experiments, such as jars, aluminium foil, scissors and sticky tape, you can find around your home. Others, such as magnets, lenses or a compass, you will be able to buy quite cheaply at a hobby shop or hardware store.
Have you ever wondered how a telescope brings objects closer or how cameras take pictures? How boats float or aeroplanes fly? All of these seemingly complicated things can be explained by basic science. With the help of this book, you will construct many weird, wonderful and wacky experiments that you can have hours of fun with!

Is the deadline for your science fair project quickly approaching? Not to worry, the 'Last Minute Science Fair Ideas’ series is written in an easy to follow format that will guide you to create an exciting science project for the upcoming fair. The science projects in each of the books of this 4-volume series are conveniently sorted according to the approximate time required to complete each experiment.

The 100 projects contained in this science experiment e-book cover a wide range of scientific topics; from Chemistry and Electricity to Life Sciences and Physics… there are even experiments on earth science, astronomy and geology all designed for young students from grade 1 to 8! With this book, you are sure to find a project that interests you. When you are interested in a certain science topic, you will have more fun, and learn more, too!

Amongst many others, you will use the shadows of the sun to tell the time to understand how the earth rotates, construct a simple water turbine to see how hydro power is generated, make beautiful patterns on a wall to experiment with sound waves, and let a light bulb shine using a lemon as a battery to learn about electricity! Other fun experiments include making a kaleidoscope, periscope, telescope, intruder detector, doorbell, relay, fruit powered battery, recycled paper, cold pack, smoke bomb, water turbine, air pressure rocket, camera obscura, insect trap, water clock, water purifier, light bulb, inclinometer, sun dial, moon box and many, many more! When making these gadgets, you’ll discover that science is a part of every object in our daily lives, and who knows, maybe someday you will become a famous inventor too!

Designed with safety in mind, most of the items you will need for the experiments, such as jars, aluminium foil, scissors and sticky tape, you can find around your home. Others, such as magnets, lenses or a compass, you will be able to buy quite cheaply at a hobby shop or hardware store.
Have you ever wondered how a telescope brings objects closer or how cameras take pictures? How boats float or aeroplanes fly? All of these seemingly complicated things can be explained by basic science. With the help of this book, you will construct many weird, wonderful and wacky experiments that you can have hours of fun with!

Is the deadline for your science fair project quickly approaching? Not to worry, the 'Last Minute Science Fair Ideas’ series is written in an easy to follow format that will guide you to create an exciting science project for the upcoming fair. The science projects in each of the books of this 4-volume series are conveniently sorted according to the approximate time required to complete each experiment.

The 50 projects contained in this science experiment e-book cover a wide range of scientific topics; from Chemistry and Electricity to Life Sciences and Physics… there are even experiments on earth science, astronomy and geology all designed for science students from grade 1 to 8! With this book, you are sure to find a project that interests you. When you are interested in a certain science topic, you will have more fun, and learn more, too!

Amongst many others, you will make a simple astrolabe to measure the altitude of objects in the night sky, make dirty water pure and drinkable to understand how evaporation & condensation works, make beautiful patterns on a wall to experiment with sound waves, and build a ‘Franklin bells’ device for detecting high voltage lightning storms and learn about static electricity!

Other fun experiments include: growing your own crystals along a piece of string, making your own homemade perfume, measuring the extend of creeping soil on hillsides, making a water barometer to measure the air pressure, checking the wind speed with your own anemometer, building your own rain alarm, building your own foxhole radio, sending Morse code signals with your own telegraph, mummifying an orange, growing plants in your own hydroponic garden, testing the effects of acid rain on ocean life, studying the complete life cycle of a meal worm and many, many more! When making these gadgets, you’ll discover that science is a part of every object in our daily lives, and who knows, maybe someday you will become a famous inventor too!

Designed with safety in mind, most of the items you will need for the experiments, such as jars, aluminium foil, scissors and sticky tape, you can find around your home. Others, such as magnets, lenses or a compass, you will be able to buy quite cheaply at a hobby shop or hardware store.
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