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## Science Project on “Distance and Size”, Project Experiment Topics on Flight, Motion & Friction for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

Distance and Size Materials Required: A full moon evening Some coins A Street with telephone poles A measuring stick With a diameter of 865,000 miles, it is very evident that the sun is very big. The moon on the other hand, with a diameter of only 2,160 miles is rather small. An eclipse is caused when the moon’s path, brings it between the sun and the earth. The sun is blocked...

## Science Project on “Bending the Light”, Project Experiment Topics on Flight, Motion & Friction for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

Bending the Light Materials Required: A small steel ball bearing A strong magnet A flat table Something that causes a change in something else is known as a Force. Gravity is a force which stops us from moving upwards. Larger objects have greater gravity and this is why the Sun’s gravity forces the planets to remain stuck to it. Similarly, the moon too exerts its gravitational pull on the Earth and...

## Science Project on “A Mask That Moves”, Project Experiment Topics on Light, Sound, Maths, Optical Illusion for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

A Mask That Moves Materials Required: A Party mask Paints A lamp or any other source of light Scare the wits out of your friend. Use a Party Mask to create a scary optical illusion. Use crayons, water colours or other hues of paints to colour the lips red, cheeks pink and eyes blue. Darken the eyebrows. Hang the mask on the wall, painted side out. Direct light at it, from...

## Science Project on “Effects of Friction”, Project Experiment Topics on Flight, Motion & Friction for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

Effects of Friction Materials Required: Paper and Pencil Erosion is caused by moving water, glacier and winds. Apart from it, things can be worn out by friction force too. When you rub two materials against each other, the traction from it can wear them out. Look around you to find some proof of wear and tear. Make a chart of things in your neighbourhood or school and find the cause of...

## Science Project on “Understanding Trajectories”, Project Experiment Topics on Flight, Motion & Friction for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

Understanding Trajectories Materials Required: Some modelling clay A paper towel roll tube Marble Several sheets of typing paper Some adhesive tape A pencil A cardboard An uncarpeted floor under the table The path that an object takes as it travels through air is known as its Trajectory. Due to the earth’s gravity, objects that are thrown will never go straight, but will rather fall to the ground. If you throw it...

## Science Project on “Understanding Friction”, Project Experiment Topics on Flight, Motion & Friction for Class 8, 9, 10 and 12 Students.

Understanding Friction Materials Required: Clear plastic food wrap Adhesive tape Water Cardboard, of about.1 square foot) A ruler Pencil and paper Soap Friction is a process which is caused by two objects rubbing against each other and therefore it is a very convenient way to act on a moving object, to slow it down. To practically check the effect of friction and its qualities, cover the cardboard that you have, with...