Funny Science Fair Projects Pictures: Our Top Ten List of Pics of Funny and Failed Attempts at Little Kid Science Will Have You Roaring with Laughter

Kids say the darndest things, but they do some pretty awful science, too.

By Anthony Smith on September 18, 2012 12:33 PM EDT

When it comes to pictures of funny science fair projects, it was hard to narrow this list down to our Top Ten. We scoured the internet for pictures from science fairs around the country and saw the absolute best that our inquisitive elementary school kids had to offer.

With that in mind, here's a picture of the ten worst, funniest science fair projects we've ever seen. If you don't laugh at loud from at least one of them, there's something wrong with your funny bone.

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Tenth Place - Drop It Like it's Hot.

We love the uneven cards taped up, and the fact that it's pretty unclear what the boy was trying to do. Still, love the hair and the spirit.

Ninth Place - Where No Fat Man Has Gone Before

This project probably had the child scientist going way over budget.

Eight Place - Kitty Troubles

Why won't the internet leave cats alone?

Seventh Place - Ham!


I bet this was really fun to test.

Sixth Place - Brace Yourself


She'll thank her parents for this later.

Fifth Place - You Do the Meth


It's alarming when kids break bad at such a young age, but we're going to go ahead and say "Foe."

Fourth Place - Surprising Results


We have to give it up to this simple, direct, and ultimately adorable science fair project. We were shocked by the answers!

Third Place - Well, Does It?


We wish it didn't, and everyone was born with six-pac abs.

Second Place - Ummmm...


Let's hope he gets grounded before he's voting age. For the record, we obviously don't condone this project.

First Place - What could be better than that last one?


That's what.

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