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This page is filled with dozens of free elementary school science projects, demonstrations, experiments, and activities. Perfect for teachers to spice up their science instruction, parents who want to amuse bored kids, and homeschool families who are searching for simple projects that teach important concepts. All of the projects are easy to do, and require materials you probably already have in your home or classroom.
Dissolve an egg's shell with an acid (vinegar); See the yolk inside!Floating Egg Member
An egg sinks in freshwater - make it float by adding salt to adjust the buoyancy.Underwater Paper Magic Member
Sink tissue paper underwater and it comes up dry! Density demonstration.Make Your Own Moon Craters Member
Simple way to make and observe moon craters in your classroom.Dancing Raisins Member
Drop raisins in 7-Up and watch them dance! Buoyancy and density activity.Colorful Celery Member
Classic food coloring celery stalk experiment shows how water travels through a plant.Human Body Scavenger Hunt Member
Search for human body fun fact cards, hidden around the classroom. Use the facts to answer the questions on the question sheet.