How to do a Sugar Science Fair Project. How much sugar is in that? Watch soda and juice being boiled. Guess how much sugar is in 'healthy' foods. | ditchthecarbs.com

Sugar Science Fair Project - How much sugar is in that ????

How to do a Sugar Science Fair Project. How much sugar is in that? Watch soda and juice being boiled. Guess how much sugar is in 'healthy' foods.

Dancing Science Project - This is such a FUN, easy to make a science experiment using a battery and wire that will amaze kids from Preschool-5th grade. SO COOL!

Turn motors into dancers!

Learn how to make both a basic homopolar motor and a tiny dancing motor! Great science fair project for older kids! Includes links to other great STEAM projects.

The "Why do we need sunscreen?" Experiment- might be fun for 5th graders to use for Scientific Method

The "Why do we need sunscreen?" Experiment

Huge list of fifth grade science projects

This science fair project idea develops an understanding through experimentation of which shapes are the most structurally strong.

Rubber Egg Science project! Not in 5th grade anymore but we're still going to do this!

Cool science experiment: dissolve egg shell with vinegar, and you have a naked egg that can bounce.

Light Circuits: Depending on the grade level of the students, you can have them build a very simple circuit or a very complex circuit with both series and parallel circuits combined. For my students I have them use file folders in order to design and build a series on one side, then a parallel on the other with certain parameters for the switches. The students have an amazing time and there is always 100% participation and together we saved those lights from a trip to the landfill!

Light Circuits: Depending on the grade level of the students, you can have them build a very simple circuit or a very complex circuit with both series and parallel circuits combined. For my students I have them use file folders in order to design and buil

Dissolving Peep experiment, fun to do at Halloween with Peep ghosts as part of Yucky Science week I'm doing this year!

"The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? From Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas. I'm thinking this would make a great science experiment to try with the kids over Spring Break!

Create a kidney model using household items!

Urinary System

Urinary system demo: Fun activity looking at the urinary system. Create a working kidney model using simple household items!

Really fun activity to show why it rains. 5th graders would enjoy the hands on aspect, and it also does a great job of explaining a concept we can't see standing on the ground. Ties into our weather lesson (TEKS)

Water Cycle - Hot water in jar, ice at top to condense. Kids would "get" the water cycle SO MUCH more if they did THIS instead of just read about it in a text book!and so simple.

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