School Projects

School Projects

School Projects are possibly the worst nightmare for a kid who finds himself or herself struggling to complete a project within the due date. It is generally executed as an extended homework. But the projects can be real fun if you have your parents as a helpful guide. If you want more reason to be happy, here are some cool tips that will take off much of your workload. So, get going and have fun!

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Science Projects

Science Projects



  • Bird Watching
    Birds are among the easiest animals to spot study. Keep very quiet and still for this project.
  • Feed The Birds
    Make your own bird cake and build a bird table to study about their food habits.
  • Animal Tracks And Footprints
    Learn a lot about birds and other animals from their tracks and footprints.
  • Getting in Focus
    Follow some easy steps to make a simple camera with just a few basic pieces of equipment.
  • Insects To Watch
    Watch the insects to learn about their food habits and preferences.
  • Listen To this
    This project is about the existence, strength and pitch of sound waves.
  • Tests With Yeast
    Yeast is a type of fungus that lives on the skins of many fruits. This experiment shows fow to find the best condition for yeast to grow.
  • The Way The Wind Blows
    Follow some easy steps to get idea about how wind blows.
  • What is Humidity
    Get a idea about what is humidity with this simple project.
  • The Power of Energy
    Energy is needed to do work, such a making things move. This Projects give you the of the power of energy.
  • Volcanic Rocks
    Guide your children about volcano and volcanic rocks through some easy experiments.
  • Moving Magma
    Follow some easy steps to get idea about moving magma and rising magma.
  • What’s a Fossil?
    Develop your knowledge about fossil and try an experiment to get your idea how it was formed.
  • Measuring Earthquakes Check out some cool experiments to get your idea how the earthquake is measured.
  • Soil Erosion
    Get to know about the danger of soil erosion and follow some easy steps to describe it.
  • Make a Rainbow
    Who doesn’t like the spectacle of a multi-colored arc in the sky? Make your own Rainbow in the school project and explore the science.
  • Parachutes and Balloons
    Stimulate your creative mind with this wonderful science project.
  • Natural Water Pumps
    Get the pleasure of understanding the entire process of how tree roots take up water and nutrients from the soil and eventually arrives at leaves
  • Moths and Butterflies
    Be creative to attract colorful moths and butterflies in the garden with all the essential components shown in this fastidious project.
  • Model Planes
    Learn the wonderful way to launch your small and light-weight plane steadily by throwing it straight ahead.
  • Making Rails
    Understand the concept and science behind making strong railway track it thoroughly with this hassle free school project.
  • Making Crystals
    Try your patience while making these wonderful crystals. However, the ultimate sight of your very own project would definitely invigorate your soul and spirit.
  • Locomotive
    Probably the best way to embellish the shelf of your showcase is to place a small locomotive which looks marvelous for the precise touch of your little fingers.
  • Listen to this
    Get an idea about the existence, energy and strength of the sound waves as you slowly scroll the page down.
  • Levers at Work
    This is a mind blowing way to demonstrate how your little hands and lever can do wonders together.
  • Prototype Car
    Follow the instructions and apply a bit of your own knowledge to the project to drive your very own latest small car.
  • Recording Weather
    What a wonderful way to notice the changing temperature year after year with an easy-to-draw curve!
  • Power and Steering Afloat
    Use things which are effortlessly found around your own house to make the power boat.
  • Sail Power
    Sail through summer with this project of craft boat which actually sails all the way through effortlessly and entertains little kids.
  • Satellites and Orbits
    This tiny formation would be an effective way for all you kids to comprehend and realize how a satellite works in reality.
  • Spinning Planet
    Night and day
    Try this project of the spinning planet which beams with an aptly placed flashlight on the equator. The illuminated part of the Globe changes with the spinning planet.
  • Volcanic Shapes
    Viscosity of each liquid differs. Follow the instructions to test the viscosities of honey and pitcher of dishwashing detergent at home.
  • Tree Study
    Study the project to mark the growth of a tree seeing the rings of the wood.
  • Testing for minerals
    The first project explains how the Acid test demonstrates if a gas is given off by the mineral and the second project explains the difference between the densities of mineral and water.
  • Submarine action
    Isn’t it an awesome sight to look at a floating submarine? Especially, it’s a nice feeling when you make a submarine model for yourself.
  • Studying Insect Life
    Trap various insects on trees to study the insect life. This school project demonstrates about how actually you need to achieve your target effortlessly.
  • Bird's Nest
    Do you own a lovely pet and fancy offering it a safe home? Construct this wooden nest to offer your loving pet a warm shelter.
  • Backyard Rocket Launcher
    Seek your parents’ help to launch your own rocket for the first time in your life from your courtyard.
  • How Plants Grow?
    Spend some time to know how plants actually grow and if you are interested then read the instructions to test few scientific facts at your home.
  • What is Soil?
    Get your hands dirty while learning scientific facts from the experiments on soil for your school project.
  • Steaming Hot
    Learn how to make a geyser, the most impressive geothermal feature, using air pressure to force out water.
  • Changing Gears
    Before you own a car get a scrupulous knowledge about the operational principle of changing gears of a car through this school project.
  • Computer Data Storage
    This school project is for all of you who are interested to be familiar with the working mechanism of a computer hard disk through a colorful representation.
  • Electric Magnets
    Tease your brain while making a circuit putting some extra efforts. Attach switch and electromagnet for a working circuit.
  • Growing Form Fruits
    Names of many fruits you know, you must have tasted some of those. But, how many times have you noticed their seeds, hidden inside? Try some of them after reading the instructions.
  • How Ships Floats
    Up thrust of water has to be enough to push a floating object upward. The entire project would provide you valuable information on how this theory works actually.
  • How Telescopes Work
    This is an inexpensive and hassle free school project which demonstrates the working principle of the wondrous telescopes.
  • Insects in Disguise
    Love for the colorful insects is not new to the kids. Get into the page to conduct few easy to do experiments with insects.
  • Forest Depletion
    The entire ecosystem is an integral part of the society as we all are. It’s important to know various related aspects of the ecosystem right from the beginning. Start it here!
  • Phases of Moon
    Things which are far away from our reach, we are always very eager to know more about those things. Moon is not an exception. Make a lovely moon of your own to play with and see its actual function.
  • How Magnets Works
    Get creative and try this at home to be familiar with the strength and power of the magnet.
  • Floating & Sinking
    Watch how items dance while floating and sinking just like your fluctuating moods.
  • Bottled Sky
    Create your own sky and get to know the reason why the color of the sky is blue.
  • Why Sky is Blue?
    Create your own sky and get to know the reason why the color of the sky is blue.
  • Hot Air Balloon
    Let your imagination fly with this Hot Air Balloon. Make this school project really exciting by making a Hot Air Balloon.
  • Butterfly Growth & Tempareature
    Kids really like to grow up fast. Everyone in this world including insects have to grow. This school projects helps you all to notice and record the growth rate of caterpillars.
  • Effect of Light on Seeds
    By this age you all are aware of consequences of planting trees around us. Now, it’s not a bad idea to do an experiment on the effects of light on the seeds.
  • How do Solar Cells Work
    Many of you are aware of solar cells by now. If you don’t yet know how it exactly works, then here is your chance to be acquainted with it by yourself.
  • Seeds and Plant Life
    Learn about seeds and plant’s life with some wonderful ways.
  • Static Electricity
    Static electricity is a result of a buildup of electrons on a particular object. How the static electricity actually works? Do this project wisely to get an idea about it.
  • Powerful Levers
    Lift your children along with their spirit by the lever. Try it out at home for your own entertainment.
  • Looking at Bark
    Barks of the trees differ according to the age and the species they belong to. An experiment on this, would certainly feed your little brain.
  • Jet Propulsion
    Gain knowledge of how a simple working process can lead to a gigantic construction of a roaring Jet.
  • Viking Longship
    The greatest technical and artistic achievement of the Vikings was the Longship. Make a miniature version of the old longship for home decoration.
  • Specimen Collection
    Work right through the year to pick dead leaves, barks and cones of the trees. Get astonished at the end when you find your heavy books contain a huge collection of leaves with apt levels.
  • The Balance of Life
    You would simply dance on your toes when you would observe that the miniature fresh water ecosystem that you have made as a school project works as nicely as you would have liked it to.
  • Watching a Caterpillar Grow
    Watch the growth of a caterpillar in its own home which you have crafted for it and enjoy the pleasing sight when you let the butterfly fly away from the box.
  • Changing Coastline
    Get to know how blue waves on the sea shore take the sands away with it. Many also wonder about how the Sea ripples are formed? Try to do this school project to get the answer.
  • Energy From Liquid And Air
    Are you aware about the principles on how a hydraulic machine or an air pump works? If not, then you are at the right place. Read on.
  • Images From Light
    A lovely demonstration is there on the page for your astonishment. See how rows of beaming dots of red, green and blue colors blend together to form numerous other colors and how a fax machine breaks images into small squares.
  • Tides
    Both of these exactly opposite experiments let you know how ocean water rises and falls without any change in the amount of Sea water.
  • Foaming Bottle Model
    Aren’t you interested to know what happens when a gas moves from a high pressure region to low pressure zone?
  • Erupting Volcano
    Discover and explore the science behind an erupting volcano. Create a scary volcano in your school project.
  • Development of a seed
    It’s quite obvious that every tree starts to develop itself right from a seed. Mark the development of a tree and notice how it actually happens by working on this project.
history projects

History Projects

  • All About Dinosaurs
    Enjoy the various sections related to the Dinosaurs and use them in your school projects as well.
  • Medieval Witch
    Give yourself a different and scary look of a witch very easily with this medieval witch project.
  • Assyrian Chariot
    Revisit the history that dates back to 4000 years with this astounding chariot.
  • Mayan Codex
    Test your own proficiency in drawing with these trouble-free and uncomplicated primeval Mayan symbols.
  • Chinese Silhouettes
    Welcome and dazzle your guests with this wonderful design. It would really be very special because the entire contemplation would come out of your little brain.
  • Egyptian Tiles
    Refresh your mind and soul by embellishing your lovely home with these radiant tiles.
  • Stone Age Cave Paintings
    Give surprise to your loved ones with this Stone Age cave painting along with your own skillful and creative touch.
  • The Strength of a Pyramid
    Have you ever scratched your head to know why had many ancient civilizations opted for pyramidal structure? If not, then here is your opportunity to understand it.
  • Roman House
    Be an architect at an early age. This fine looking tiny Roman house would be an apt item to decorate your showcase.

social projects

Social Studies Projects

  • Digital Soccer
    This school project is for all of you who are passionate about the game of soccer.
  • Sunny Sunflower
    Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your talent and artistic flair to all your friends. Paint and wear the glittering t-shirt in front of your school mates and in parties.
  • Hunter's Home
    Who doesn’t need a shelter to hide and protect them? Use your brain and read instructions to form a sweet and small haven, the Hunter’s Hut.
  • Dancing Ghost
    Play with clay and form a scary ghost in school project.
  • Snake Pot
    Even though the process of making this snake pot would take some time but after completion you would be able to rate your own artistic touch on the snake pot.

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