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Elementary Age

Looking for a fun and rewarding project for your Elementary aged student? Scroll through our free project library for elementary age.

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Butterfly Science Activities

Help kids learn about butterflies, from caterpillars transforming into adults, to how adult butterflies eat.

Learn About Soil Layers

Learn about soil layers and what lives in each one.

Science Fair Ideas

Find great ideas for science fairs by subject and grade!

Learn About Germs Science Projects

Try this experiment to learn about germs and see why you should wash your hands, even if they look clean!

Rocks & Minerals Coloring Page

Lots of things are made from different minerals, from paint to jewelry. Help kids recognize the difference between rocks and minerals with Rocks and Minerals Worksheet. Pictured are several things that contain minerals, one mineral sample, and three rock samples - one...

Middle School

Take a look through our many free Middle School projects. These projects are selected to challenge and entice your middle schooler.

Top Projects:

Why Does Popcorn Pop? + Video

Find out what makes popcorn pops with this fun science project!

How To Make a Crater

When meteorites fall to the earth, they might make a crater, or indent in the ground. With this project, make your own craters.

How To Make A Homemade Lava Lamp + Video

Learn about density and polarity as you make a homemade lava lamp with this fun science project!

Science by Topic Guide – Grades 7-12

This guide makes it easy for middle school students, high school students, or adults to start doing real science. Click on one of the fields of science below and then scroll down the science topics in the left column until you find a topic of interest. Choose one of...

How To Make a Terrarium

一个terrarium is a collection of live plants, usually in a glass or plastic container. Terrariums are easy to make, and easy to take care of.

High School

We’ve gathered our Free Science Projects for your High School Student in one place to make it easier to find just the right project.

Top Projects:

Homeschool Science Dissection Kits

Homeschool science dissection kits are an important part of a homeschool science curriculum. But, many parents often get caught up in thinking that high school science labs need to be hard. Not so! There are many homeschool science dissection kits that are available...

Leaf Chromatography Experiment

To get started with our leaf chromatography experiment, we first must learn about leaves. Leaves contain different pigments, which give them their color. Green chlorophyll is the most common type of pigment, but there are also carotenoids (yellow, orange) and...

同极电动机——做一个旋转的金属雕塑

In this experiment, we will make a homopolar motor! To make a simple motor (homopolar motor) that doubles as a work of art you will need three things – a battery, magnet, and wire. Use one of our neodymium magnets to power the spinning wire motor. What You Will Need:...

Science Notebooks with Jr. High and High School Students

Our first article on keeping a science notebook gave you reasons for keeping a notebook. This article has practical advice on teaching junior high and high school students with science notebooks. The notebook is a snapshot of the student and his or her understanding...

Science Fair Ideas

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Help kids learn about butterflies, from caterpillars transforming into adults, to how adult butterflies eat.

Learn about soil layers and what lives in each one.

Find great ideas for science fairs by subject and grade!

Try this experiment to learn about germs and see why you should wash your hands, even if they look clean!

Lots of things are made from different minerals, from paint to jewelry. Help kids recognize the difference between rocks and minerals with Rocks and Minerals Worksheet. Pictured are several things that contain minerals, one mineral sample, and three rock samples – one sedimentary, one igneous, and one metamorphic. Have kids color the page and circle […]
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