High School Projects

Get great ideas for science fair projects and experiments with these High School Science Projects. Includes instructions for making your own gram stain to learn about bacteria.

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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 to you that will help you get through your dissection labs. These […]
开始与我们的叶子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 anthocyanins (red). Chlorophyll, which is essential for photosynthesis, usually hides the other pigments, except when […]
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: 1 neodymium disc magnet (0.5” […]
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 of the subject. With practice, keeping the science notebook will become […]

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Find physics science fair project ideas about magnetism, electricity, energy and solar power, and more.

Photosynthesis is the process in which green plants (primarily) convert energy from the sun’s light into usable, chemical energy. Plants require energy for growth, reproduction, and defense. Excess energy, created from photosynthesis, is stored in plant tissue as starch. Starch is a white and powdery substance. It houses glucose, which plants use for food. The […]

Learn about the different types of chemical solutions and how they can be made with this science tip.

Build a model car powered by a rubber band.

Test the effect of common antibiotics on gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria with this advanced project.

Various "magic" chemistry science experiments teach about reactions and pH.

Learn about human anatomy with a fetal pig dissection, since a lot of the internal anatomy is similar to humans'!