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Elementary School Chemistry Science Fair Projects (3-5)
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Make a better environmentally friendlier ice melter. [View Project]
Explore where diamonds are found, how they are formed, and what they are used for. [View Project]
What materials work best in a sandbag for blocking floodwaters? [View Project]
Test whether more expensive towels can retain more water and are stronger [View Project]
Determine which fabric is the best insulator. [View Project]
Densities of Various Solutions vs. Plastic Separation [View Project]
The Effect of Candle Wax Hardness on the Burning Time of a Candle [View Project]
Evaluate the effectiveness of various ice melting products [View Project]
Everything about arsenic [View Project]
Investigate natural poisons and venoms related to plants and animals. [View Project]
Which diaper company is better in absorbency? [View Project]
Find out which liquid evaporates the fastest. [View Project]
The effects of different chemicals on the color of different fabrics [View Project]
The effect of moisture on crystal growth [View Project]
Discover if sugar crystals grow bigger in a certain type of liquid [View Project]
Make your own stalactite [View Project]
Which carpet cleaner will remove tough stains the best? [View Project]
Which stain remover removes stains the best? [View Project]
Effectiveness of Non-Alcohol Versus Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer [View Project]
Measure air pressure by using chemicals and corked bottles [View Project]
Which substance will burn the fastest? [View Project]
Make your own cabbage juice pH indicator [View Project]
Record the acidity (pH level) of different fruit juices. [View Project]
What affects mild steel more, acids (vinegar) or bases (ammonia)? [View Project]
The dependence of current on the concentration of sodium chloride in the electrolyte [View Project]

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