Author: Papiya Dutta

  • DNA Model Project

    DNA Model Project

    You can do this easy DNA model using candies for your school project. It is a great idea for the biology lab too. Common materials enable constructing it at home. This cool activity suits middle school, high school and honors students as well as smaller kids. Being an edible model, children can savor it post…

  • Which Brand of Battery Lasts the Longest

    Which Brand of Battery Lasts the Longest

    While going out on expeditions, it is useful to know the brand of battery that lasts the longest as it would ensure a hassle-free trip without hunting for the basics. You would be interested to know that the process of finding it out constitutes a great science fair project outing for kids. Here come the…

  • Skittles Science Project

    Skittles Science Project

    Children would love to do this rainbow colored experiment at science fairs. The idea is great for having fun with Science. Do a proper layout if you are preparing a board. Not much research is required for this. It can be done with kids as small as toddlers.

  • Do All Liquids Evaporate At the Same Rate?

    Do All Liquids Evaporate At the Same Rate?

    Background Information Evaporation is the transformation of a liquid to the gaseous state under normal conditions of temperature and pressure. It occurs over a large area of water bodies spread on the earth’s surface. That different liquids have different rates of evaporation would be tested in the below project. It finds application in varied fields…

  • Water Bottle Rocket

    Water Bottle Rocket

    You need to get the Physics of air and water pressure right if you want this experiment to be a success. More explanation on that, later. First, let us get the facts right. A water bottle rocket is a type of model rocket that uses water as the reaction mass. The water is forced out…

  • How to Make Invisible Polymer Balls

    How to Make Invisible Polymer Balls

    Balls are great objects of play any day. If they are transparent and bouncy, then it just adds to the fun. In this tutorial, you are instructed to make polymer balls that are invisible when put in water, but as you scoop up the water with your hand, they come out in a spherical shape.…

  • Do White Candles Burn Faster Than Colored Candles

    Do White Candles Burn Faster Than Colored Candles

    Introduction This science fair project topic that tests white candles vs colored candles with respect to how long they take to burn requires commonly available supplies and can be performed easily. You can apply the knowledge gained from your day-to-day activities involving burning candles. Background information on the project would come in handy during the…

  • Cloud in a Bottle

    Cloud in a Bottle

    After a warm spell, we are delighted to watch rain clouds fill the sky. Did you know that a small replica of such clouds can be created easily at home with simple ingredients? Once you are conversant with the procedure, the DIY can be performed at science fairs. The Physics trick would be an instant…

  • Tissue Paper Hot Air Balloon

    Tissue Paper Hot Air Balloon

    A hot air balloon is something kids would love as a science project. Incorporating basic physical concepts, the step by step comes with valuable tips and ideas. It could be your go-to project at the next science fair. A handful of mini hot air balloons out of tissue paper could light up any gloomy skyline…