There are lots of sites that give great ideas.
(And spellcheck would have told you that there is no D in project.)
Oh God: another year of science fairs.
Please don't dye corn flakes green and feed them to hamsters. Or put battery current through plants. Or try to build a rocket. Rockets only mean tales of woe when you're judging a science fair.
Try tracing your home's electric power lines back to the substation or generating plant. That's an idea I've always recommended but nobody ever seems to try.
1) I think www.about.com has many science projects. Just try.
since my daughter is also in 8th class, & we recently did a science projecr, perhaps my tips may suit u the most - -
a) don't be over-enthusiast for chemistry projects, they are attractive, easy but may be dangerous if u are not experienced in handling chemicals.
b) a good idea will be to collect samples of different types of soils & prepare on a chart paper the various characteristics.
c) what we did is the project on optics(physics) on reflection & refraction of light,highlighting formation of rain-bow which we got from about.com
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