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Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level


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Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
Find out if the colour of a house affects the temperature inside the house in different environments and which colour absorbs more or less heat. [P] [P]
Building Materials Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Buildings & Construction Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Can the Color of Your House Reduce Your Energy Bill? [E]
Which roofing material and color offers the best energy efficiency? Challange: a new roofing material that changes colour based on temperature? [P] [P]
Detect and measure the turbulent airflow around test structures. [E]
Using the Thermal Mass of a Building to Lighten the Load of an Air Conditioner [E] [E]
Building Materials Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Buildings & Construction Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Which roofing material is the best choice for Calgary. [P] [P]
Efficacy of Light Shelves? [E]
Using Passive Solar Design to Cool and Heat a House [E]
Find out if double or triple paned windows could keep the house cooler in the summer or warmer in the winter. [E]
Determine if energy costs are reduced by painting a sloped roof white. [E]
Plan a City of the Future with Sim City. [E]
Fenestration Heat Loss & Passive Solar Gain [P] [P]
Build a miniature solar home and explain your design considerations. [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
Determine which type of insulation will keep a house at room temperature during extreme weather: fiberglass, cellulose, or foam. [E]
Out of the Three Materials, Fiber Glass, Rock Wool, or Insulation Foam, Which Works as the Best Housing Insulator? [E]
Does the Color of Your House Affect the Temperature Inside? [E]
Paint Your Roof White: Fourier's Law and Calculating Energy Savings [E] [E]
Using Passive Solar Design to Cool and Heat a House [E]
To determine whether bean plants, chives, or mint leaves will most suitable in a green roof. [P]
See which of a variety of materials that are commonly used in home construction acts as the better insulator against heat. [E]
Long and Short Wavelength Colors: Will They Balance Out Interior and Exterior Temperature and Insulation Rate? [E]
Determine if designing a different roof system helps with regular ventilation. [E]
Building Materials Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Buildings & Construction Science Fair Projects & Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Energy saving at home - the thermal envelope [P] [P] [E]
Environmentally friendly buildings that attempt to co-exist with many aspects of nature rather than oppose them. [P]
Which new roofing material, proposed to meet the requirements of recent California legislation, reflects the most light and reaches the lowest maximum temperature? [E]
Building Materials Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Buildings & Construction Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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