When it comes to middle school science fair project ideas, this is definitely your chance to show off. Middle school is a mixed bag of students: Those who will throw together something childish and poor and on the other hand, the advanced students who have done their research and are ready to impress the judges with an excellent middle school science fair project idea.
If you are part of that second class of students, you've come to the right place. These middle school science fair project ideas and topics are designed to take your project to the next level.
Does soda lose its carbonation faster at cold or hot temperatures?
How does soft drink acidity affect different metals?
How does the shape of an ice cube affect its melting?
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Does Fire need oxygen to burn?
What fibers absorb the most fluid?
How are fossils formed?
Which cheese grows mold the fastest?
How can we preserve and protect food without a refrigerator?
Will salt have an effect on plant growth?
Can a plant grow without soil? Test growth in different substances.
Which grass stands up to drought the best?
Will one type of soil hold more water than another type?
Can I create a magnetic levitation train ?
The mass of an arrow, does it affect its penetrating power?
Can we create energy from the ocean?
Does draining water always spiral in the same direction?
Anatomy and Psychology
Better memory, adults or children?
Music, does it affect our memory?
Does the color of text affect memory?
Smell and taste, is there a connection?
Is using two eyes to judge distance more accurate than using one eye?
How effectiveness are various insect sprays and repellents?
Doing experiments with insects? Ant observation has never been this cool. They make 3D tunnels in space-age gel! Use this 21st century ant farm for assistance in zoology based science fair projects.
Does an earthworm react to light and darkness?
Frozen fish. Can we bring them back to life?
Does music affect the behavior of dogs?
How are clouds formed? Can we make our own?
Which direction does the wind blow most often?
Do ocean waves bounce?
How can I build a sidereal pointer to find celestial bodies?
Need a telescope to conduct astronomical research? This one isn't the most technical scope on the market, but for the money, it's probably a beginner's best bet as a first telescope.
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