Science Kids - Fun Science & Technology for Kids!
Science for Kids Math for Kids English for Kids

 

Science kids homeFun science experimentsCool science games & activitiesAmazing science factsScience quizzesScience fair projectsScience lesson plans and class ideasScience images, photos & picturesScience videosScience topics
Fun Science Fair Projects for Kids

Fun Chemistry Science Fair Projects for KidsChemistry Science Fair Projects

Take a look at our great list of fun chemistry science fair projects for kids. Find easy ideas from a range of topics that will help you create a first place prize winning science fair project. Research chemistry and answer questions related to everything from crystals to acid, gas, the pH level of chemicals and more.

Take advantage of the free resources and have fun making a cool chemistry based science fair project for whatever grade of elementary, middle school or high school you are in.

 
Sponsored Links

Cool Chemistry Science Fair Project Ideas

 
Do women’s cosmetics contain potentially harmful chemicals?
Why do some liquids mix with each other while others don’t?
How does the strength of tape decrease over time?
Why do some fabrics shrink after being washed?
Research the characteristics of different gases.
What’s the best way to remove a red wine stain from carpet?
Test a range of household cleaners to see which works best.
What are the most difficult stains to remove?
Can you use forensic science to see if someone in your house has been reading your diary?
What’s the best way to remove bad odors from a room?
Test the effects of different types of acids on various materials.
What types of glue are the strongest?
Make the tallest Mentos and Diet Coke eruption you can.
How do glow sticks work?
Study the effectiveness of sunscreen.
How effective are vitamin supplements?
What are some negative side effects of medicine?
How do non-stick fry pan surfaces work?
What kind of chemicals does chewing gum contain?
Study the different types of chemicals used in shampoo and conditioner.
How does hair dye work?
Use litmus paper to test the pH level of various chemicals.
What are the chemical differences the between permanent and non-permanent markers?
Explore the chemistry of crystals.
What substances release the most harmful chemicals when burnt?
 

 

Science Kids ©  |  Home  |  About  |  Topics  |  Experiments  |  Games  |  Facts  |  Quizzes  |  Projects  |  Lessons  |  Images  |  Videos  |  Privacy  |  Sitemap  |  Updated: July 24, 2014