Searching for a cool science fair project? Is your 6th grader needing a science fair project idea? Want an idea that’s intriguing, but fairly easy to do? Here are some fascinating science fair projects and ideas for elementary school students. These projects discuss teeth and are perfect for an aspiring dentist, or just anyone who cares about their teeth.
Please be sure to have your child come up with an original hypothesis, and make the project as unique as possible.
Cool Science Fair Project About Teeth #1: Which sodas are the most harmful for your teeth?
This elementary school science project entails testing the pH of soda drinks,mixing soda with limestone and examining the results. You can find a sample science fair project here. You might use a variety of sodas, different from the one listed in this science project. You might try generic soda, Sunkist, Sprite, etc.
Cool Science Fair Project About Teeth #2: Which mouthwash is the best at destroying oral bacteria?
This fun science fair project involves testing various types of mouthwash, and examining which one leaves the least bacteria behind. You can read an example of this project here.
Cool Science Fair Project About Teeth #3 Is whitening toothpaste any different than regular toothpaste?
For this science fair project, have the child visit the dentist to find out how white his or her teeth are. (Most dentists that offer teeth whitening will first compare your tooth to sample of various shades of white to see how white their teeth will be after whitening.) Then the student will brush with normal toothpaste on one side and whitening toothpaste on the other. Then return for a comparison to see if there is really truly any difference. Be sure to take plenty of pictures for the science fair project display.
Cool Science Fair Project About Teeth #4: Which beverages stain teeth the most?
This science fair project will involve using egg shells (which substitute for teeth, as they have a similar color and texture) and various forms of drinks such as root beer and coffee. Students will then compare the results and decide which drink has the darkest stain.
These are just four fun science fair projects about teeth and dentistry. For some more ideas, please read “Science Fair Projects for the 6th Grade.” If you are just looking for facts about teeth, please check out “Fun Facts for Kids About Teeth.” Happy Learning!
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