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Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level


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Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Investigate the effect of charge on the strength of homemade magnets. [E]
Find the exact ratio of a magnet's mass to the mass of various metal rods attracted. [E]
Determine the optimum conditions for the recording and play back of information when a magnetic wire passed a transducer (ferrite bead). [E]
Using "Student Power" to Generate Electricity to Run a Portable Compact Disc Player [E]
How does the strength of a magnetic field vary with distance from the magnet? [E] [E]
Build and demonstrate a homemade compass. [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
Make a Chinese Compass [E] [E]
Build a soda bottle magnetometer [E]
Permeable and nonpermeable material [E] [E] [E]
Make a Foxhole Radio from a coil, safety pin and a razor blade. [E]
Seeing magnetic field patterns in 3D. [E]
What is attracted to magnets? [E] [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Magnets & Electromagnets
Explore Earth's Magnetism & Magnetosphere
Electric Motor and Generator Science Fair Projects
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Experimenting with Ferrofluid's Magnetic Properties: Searching for Novel Applications [E]
Does Temperature Affect a Magnetic Field's Strength? [E]
The effect of insulating and conductive cylindrical tubes on induced eddy currents caused by movements of magnets. [E]
Classify coins by their magnetic properties, and measure the magnetic interaction between magnetic and ferromagnetic materials. [E]
Demonstrate eddy currents and induced magnetic fields. [E]
Is the weight of a hamster proportional to the amount of energy it can produce? [E]
An External Magnetic Field Temporarily Changes the Conductivity of a Ferrofluid: A Novel Effect [E]
What is Magnetorheological Fluid and how it works? [E] [E]
Electricity Generation in Reversed Faraday Setup: Effect of Magnet Geometry? [E]
What affects the strength of a magnet? [E] [E]
How does the strength of a magnetic field vary with distance from the magnet? [E] [E] [E]
Magnetic fields and Bermuda triangles [E] [E]
Does the Temperature of a Magnet Affect Its Strength? [E] [E]
How Does X-Ray Radiation Effect the Strength and Polarity of aPermanent Magnet? [P]
What is The Curie Point? [E]
Faraday's Law: Creating Electric Current with a Magnet [E] [E]
Measure the induced magnetic force due to a changing magnetic field (Lenz's Law). [E] [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Magnets & Electromagnets
Explore Earth's Magnetism & Magnetosphere
Electric Motor and Generator Science Fair Projects
Magnetic Levitation and Propulsion and Maglev Train Science Fair Projects
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Measure the diamagnetic effects of pyrolytic graphite and other materials. [E]
Determine if macro, micro and nano scale polystyrene and acrylic beads will self-assemble under a magnetic field when placed in a superparamagnetic medium [E]
Demonstrate and explain Faraday’s Paradox [E]
Hysteresis curves of elastomers are experimentally produced and analyzed. [E]
The Effect of Core Geometry and Bias on Solenoid Efficiency [E]
Investigate tunnel junction magnetoresistance [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Magnets & Electromagnets
Explore Earth's Magnetism & Magnetosphere
Electric Motor and Generator Science Fair Projects
Magnetic Levitation and Propulsion and Maglev Train Science Fair Projects
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