List of Easy Science Projects

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easy science project listFinding an easy science project that will do well in a science fair can be tricky. Many projects are either too difficult for the average student, or just too easy to get a good grade. We can help! We’ve got packages of easy science project guides that will help you get top marks from your science teacher – and from science fair judges.

The experiments in our science project guides have easy to follow, step by step instructions. They all use supplies that you can find in the supermarket or in a discount store. The projects are all fun to do, and lots of them can be finished in 24 hours or less.

Take a look at this list of all the easy projects we offer here at 24 Hour Science Projects. We know you’ll find an easy science project that is perfect for you!

UNDERCOVER SNEEZE Does covering the mouth really help prevent the spread of germs? A really easy science project, perfect for an elementary school science fair.
A SLICE OF ICE
Does the shape of ice affect melting time? This LINKcool science project will help you find out!
A STRAIGHT FLUSH Which toilet tissue is most biodegradable?
A PINCH OF SALT
How does salt affect the boiling point of water?
VITAMIN “C”ITRUS
Which citrus fruit has the most Vitamin C?


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SLIP SLIDING? NO WAY! Find out which floor surface prevents slips most effectively.
EGG-XPERIMENTING! Take the shell off an egg without boiling, and find out if water will go through the membrane. You’ll love this easy science project.
DON’T LOSE YOUR COOL Foam, pink, spray-in, or rigid. Which type of insulation works best?
HEAR, HEAR
Are two ears better than one? Get a group of friends to find out the answer.
A FLAKY SHOWDOWN
 Which brand cereal stays crunchy longest? You’ll love this tasty science experiment.

The List of Easy Science Projects Continues…

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About sciencemom

My name is Kayla Fay, and my husband and I have four sons. We’ve turned in over 25 science projects. We remember the disappointment of having an experiment fail. We know how frustrating it is to search for a good project at the last minute. The five 24 Hour Science Projects have experiments our sons have completed successfully. The project guides will help you have the same success with your science experiment!