One of the science fair projects that one might want to try out is one of those science fair projects that may be conducted from the comfort of your home. This is also one of the science fair projects to which you are bound to have all the necessary tools and instruments that you need to conduct the science fair project at your home already. In fact, this is a science fair project that is specifically performed on the leisure time of many because it is a topic of interest, and the fact that this is a science fair project that does not require that you have an abundance of materials. This science fair project is the one in which you measure the diameter of the sun and the moon. The first thing that you want to do is draw a sun and a moon on a large piece of construction paper, taking up 1/2 to 2/3 of the paper. The next step to this science fair project is to color the sun and the moon the appropriate colors. From there, you are going to use a ruler to measure the middle of the circle. You will then use the following formula in order to reach your conclusion:
diameter of the sun = diameter of image of the sun
distance from sun to earth distance from pinhole to image
The second science fair project is also a science fair project that you will be able to conduct from the comfort of your own home. The second of the science fair projects is investigating what the point of boiling water is. In fact, this is one of the science fair projects that is most commonly conducted. But there is always an element of uniqueness about science fair projects that come to withstand the test of time. And for this particular science fair project, it is the fact that there is always something to be learned. This is because science fair projects such as this comes with that personal element of discovery. However, this is one of the science fair projects that is recommended to be carried out in the presence of an adult. Those science fair projects that call for the usage of the stove usually warrants such supervision. Especially because this is one of the science fair projects that calls for you to go about testing boiling water. To begin this science fair project, the first thing that you are going to do is fill a pot half way with water. Then you are going to sprinkle a table spoon of sugar in the pot of water. Use a thermometer to measure the current temperature of the water. Then, under the supervision of an adult, if applicable, you are to bring the range to a medium temperature. When the water comes to a boil, use the thermometer, once again to measure the temperature. At the conclusion, you are able to detect the temperature of a liquid when it comes to a boil.