FOURTH GRADE SCIENCE PROJECTS
Is it time for your fourth grader's science
project? We know how hard it can be to find the right experiment. Many topics are either too hard for the average kid, or too easy to get the teacher's approval. Our science project packages will help your fourth grader get top marks from your science teacher - and science fair judges.
The experiments in our science
guides have step by step instructions that are easy to follow. The needed supplies can be found in the supermarket or in a discount store; you might already have them at home. The projects are all fun to do, and all of them can be finished in a weekend or less. We even have five that can be finished in 24 Hours!
Check out our science projects for your fourth grader at www.24hourscienceprojects.com.
We know you'll find a science project
perfect for your 4th grader!
SOME OF OUR SCIENCE PROJECT GUIDES:
• VITAMIN "C"ITRUS Which
citrus fruit has the most Vitamin C? This science project is a chemistry project on a 4th grade level!
Remove the shell from an egg without
boiling, and find out if water
will go through the cell membrane. Your nine or ten year old will have a ball with this wacky science project.
DON'T LOSE YOUR COOL Pink,
spray-in, foam, or rigid. Which type of insulation do you think is most effective?
UNDERCOVER SNEEZE Does putting a hand over the mouth
really help stop the spread of germs? This is a very simple
science project, perfect for an fourth grader.
• A FLAKY
SHOWDOWN Which brand cereal stays
crunchy the longest? Have your fourth grader try this tasty science
A SLICE OF ICE Does the shape of a piece of ice
affect the amount of time it takes to melt? This cool
science project will help your fourth graders find out!
• A STRAIGHT FLUSH Which
toilet tissue is most biodegradable? Fourth graders love it!
• A PINCH OF SALT Does salt change the boiling point of water?
• SLIP SLIDING? NO
WAY! This experiment has great fourth grade appeal! Use toy cars, and find out which floor surface will prevent slips most effectively.
• HEAR, HEAR
Are two ears better than one? Get a group
of fourth graders to find out the answer.
Example of one of our famous charts!
"Egg-xperiment" for fourth graders.
Kids will love this tasty science project!
Science in Seconds for Kids