5th grade Science Fair projects are a little more involved than the previous rating. At this age, students are expected to come up with their own material, performing the majority of the experiment on their own and to be able to write a small report on it with minimal adult assistance. This is not too difficult because the fifth-graders are full of questions about the world, so they should not have any trouble coming up with content and perform a little experiment to find out the answer.
However, if a student is looking for some ideas, it is a great 5th grade science fair project where one must create fire proof balloon. To test this, a student needs adult supervision. Adult will assist the 5 Series to blow up a balloon, tie it shut, and put it over the game. Balloon will pop as you bring it close to the flame. The student will then take another balloon and put ¼ cup of water in a balloon, blow it up and tie it closed. When placed over a lit match, a student finds the balloon did not shoot, even if it touches the flame, though it could get a black patch on it from soot.
The reason that the balloon will not pop is because the flame heats the fluid behind the rubber, rubber rather than itself. Students can do another project involving heat and rubber by collecting a few rubber bands and see rubber as it relates to the heat, a form of energy. All they need for this experiment is their foreheads and some rubber bands. They are simply a test to see if rubber bands get warmer or cooler when stretched. You can judge this by holding the rubber band in the head while stretching it.