Research Projects

What do you want to learn (and teach others) about?

Life is fascinating, and only sticking the topics as their taught in school simply isn't enough! With our ES Library, interviews with experts, and the internet at your fingertips, you can become a local expert in thousands of possible areas. Some of the areas chosen by Elementary students last year included:

  • Mermaids
  • Baking a Cake
  • How to Choose a Good Book
  • How do Tortoises Survive in the Desert Without Water?
  • Favorite Books and Movies
  • Money
  • Movies Based on Books
  • Nurdles
  • Running a Marathon
  • Interviewing Mom and Dad
  • How to Write and Illustrate a Book
  • Adopting a Cat
  • Brazil
  • Spiders
  • Dinosaurs
  • Shooting Free Throws
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Dolphins
  • Horses
  • Dogs
  • Skiing
  • American Football
  • Safety Tips
  • Comics
  • Whales
  • Water
  • Dancing
  • Video Editing
  • Baby Cousin
  • Cars
  • Summer Trip
  • Kittens
  • Movie Script
  • Chinese New Year
  • Winter Break
  • Canada
  • Circuits
  • DIY Bedroom
  • Baking Cookies
  • Viper Times
  • Serbia
  • Student Council
  • Classroom Safety
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Recycling
  • Patterns in the Sky
  • Dentist Visit
  • Seed Sprouts
  • Blood Types
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Playing the Piano
  • Biography
  • History of Halloween
  • Getting to Know My Classmates
  • Making the Perfect Cookie
  • How and When to Things Freeze?
  • Cursive Writing
  • Abstract and Still Lifes
  • Blended Paint Portraits
  • Lost Cities that Have Now Been Found!
  • Writing Process
  • How to Turn Wind Into Electricity
  • Greek Mythology
  • Composting
  • What is White Light Made of?

In many ways, research projects projects follow the same learning process as a personal improvement projects or advocacy projects. Check out the suggested steps below: