Science Projects – School Level

by Admin on February 10, 2012

A Science Project is an academic activity of students participating in construction or experiments of models in any of the disciplines from science. Students are assigned to do such projects either to present them in front of their teachers and classmates or sometimes asked to present the projects in a science fair. Involving in science projects make students to develop practical knowledge and awareness on that particular subject.

Following are some Science Project Ideas for School Level Students. They include experimental and engineering projects.

  • A Bell System
  • Ultra Violet Radiation from the Sun (Experiment)
  • Water Purification
  • Compound Machines Industrial Lift
  • Compound Machines Water Turbine
  • Compound Machines Winch / Lift
  • Can Electricity Create Heat?
  • Volcano
  • How does the type of food affect the growth of a pet mouse? (Experiment)
  • Foods (Make a food guide display)
  • Collect and Identify minerals and rocks exposed in local area
  • Earthquakes and Associated measuring devices
  • Tides
  • Topographic Mapping
  • The City of the Future
  • Water Filtration
  • Precipitation
  • Air Pollution causes and cleanup
  • Erosion: what causes erosion? How can soil erosion be prevented?
  • How hard are various types of rocks and minerals?
  • Water Cycle
  • Weather Instruments -Forecasting
  • Using a Compass
  • Contour Mapping
  • Canals and Locks
  • Chlorophyll
  • Chemurgy
  • The Climate of your own Home
  • Bulbs in Series and Parallel
  • Causes of the Seasons
  • The Blinker Light
  • Birth of a Balloon
  • Astronomy x
  • Machines Made Work Easier
  • Workings of an Irrigation Pump
  • A Reed Basket
  • Working of a Telegraph
  • Working Principles of a Gasoline Engine
  • Jet Propulsion, Natural and Man-Made
  • Products of Natural Oil/Petroleum
  • Water is Compound of Hydrogen & Oxygen
  • Principles of a Transformer
  • The Fulcrum and the Lever x
  • Parts of a Windmill
  • Steam Turbines
  • Parts of a Sailboat x
  • Steam Propulsion
  • Space Problems in Gravity
  • An Electromagnetic Crane
  • Water Supports Heavy Weights
  • Snowflakes
  • Water finds its own level
  • Light ( questions,  experiments)
  • Sending Messages by Electricity x
  • Which Metals Conduct Heat best?  (Experiment)
  • The Telegraph Key
  • Expansion and Contracting Of Liquids
  • Fingerprinting
  • Electromagnetism (same as )
  • Expansion and Contraction of metals
  • Sound
  • Distillation of Water
  • Simple Machines
  • Cross Section of the Earth
  • Cross Section of an Oil Well
  • Salt and its Uses
  • Cross Section of a volcano
  • Printing and its value to Man
  • A Wheat Elevator (A Compound Machine Project)
  • Phases of the Moon
  • A Cotton Gin
  • Our Solar System
  • A Weather Station
  • Make an Equatorial Sundial
  • A Water Pump in action
  • Minerals: Origin, Distribution
  • Parts of an Electric Motor
  • Mercury
  • Operation of a Doorbell buzzer
  • Inside a Cave, Make stalactite
  • Most Liquid contain either Acid or Alkali
  • How Traffic Signals Work
  • Molding
  • Which popcorn brand pops the most?
  • Which popcorn brand pops faster?
  • How to Develop a Picture
  • Model Airplanes
  • Measuring Outer Space
  • Measuring the Ocean Depths
  • Fluorescent Lights
  • A Projector (Make a slide projector)
  • Electromagnetism
  • Weaving and Sewing Techniques
  • Electric Eye  (Experiment)
  • Climate
  • Air Currents, Wind, Hurricane
  • How Electricity is Made? (Generator)
  • A Door Chime
  • Fire Must Have Air to Burn
  • Action of a Solenoid
  • Heat can Produce Electricity  (Experiment)
  • A Crystal Radio Set
  • Types of Fuels x
  • A Chemical Change
  • History of Shells
  • The effect of soil components and organic matter on growth of plants (Experiment)
  • The importance of earthworms to soil and plants (Experiment)
  • Does gravity affect plant growth? (Experiment)
  • How do plants get nitrogen? (Experiment)
  • Why do plants move?
  • How plants reproduce and factors that affect the process (Experiment)
  • How water moves through the plant (Experiment)
  • The effects of gravity on seed germination (Experiment)
  • Why do plants grow towards light? (Experiment)
  • The effects of salts on the boiling point of water.
  • Effect of Acids on teeth, bones and eggs (Experiment)
  • Fire must have air to burn(Experiment)
  • The effects of salts on the freezing point of water (Experiment)
  • Acid and basic solutions
  • Chemical Change and the factors that affect the rate such as heat, light and catalysts
  • Submarine; How to sink? How to float?
  • What limits the speed of a car, boat, or truck?
  • How Light is Affected passing through water e.gviewing objects under water, formation of rainbows
  • Compare densities of different gases
  • How do magnets work? How are they made?
  • How do waves carry energy?
  • How do Airplanes fly? What is the best wing shape?
  • Are some substances more soluble than others (Experiment)
  • Does Temperature affect Solubility?
  • How does the amount of oxygen affect the rate of burning? (Experiment)
  • Efficiency of different types of steam engines
  • Egg Floatation (buoyancy) (Experiment)
  • How metals compare in density (Experiment)
  • How metals compare in conducting heat
  • Does the wattage of a light bulb affect the amount of heat given off? (Experiment)
  • Compare wires for conductivity.
  • Principles of fluorescent lights; how do they compare with filament bulbs, in effectiveness and cost(Experiment)
  • Compare electromagnets for strength (Experiment)
  • Compare material and objects for conductivity(Experiment)
  • Demonstration of principals; how is current affected by type of conductor, temperature, filament, etc
  • Understanding Electrical Conductors and Insulators (Experiment)

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