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Take advantage of our great list of electricity 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 electricity and answer questions related to everything from batteries to magnetic fields, power, static electricity, circuits and more.

Use our free resources and have fun making a cool electricity based science fair project for whatever grade of elementary, middle school or high school you are in.

 
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Cool Electricity Science Fair Project Ideas

 
How fast does electricity move?
Experiment with different electricity circuits.
What has a bigger impact on the lifespan of a light bulb, the amount of times you turn it off and on or the length of time it is on?
Do electrical devices drain power when plugged in but not switched on?
Which brand of batteries last the longest?
What materials conduct electricity better?
How much electricity do televisions use when on standby?
Generate electricity from an everyday activity.
What are some of the important safety precautions when dealing with electricity?
Test the feasibility of using fruits and vegetables as batteries.
What are the most energy efficient heating methods?
Compare various light bulbs for cost, energy consumption, heat output, brightness etc.
Explain the difference between AC and DC currents.
What materials produce the most static electricity?
Build an electricity circuit that sets off an alarm if a diary is opened.
What are the characteristics of a magnetic field?
Make your own compass.
What would happen if the Earth had no magnetic field?
Build an electricity circuit with a working switch.
 
 

 

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