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Comprehensive Science Fair Booklet for Students and Teachers

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"Our Science Fair" is a comprehensive booklet that describes, in simple ways, everything a student will need to know to create a successful science fair project from start to finish. Students will learn the difference between models and experiments, what the 'scientific method' is, how to come up with good testing questions, the process of doing research and writing a hypothesis, conducting fair tests, collecting data, and producing eye-catching displays.

This resource is created in colour but prints beautifully in black-and-white as well. For those teaching students in elementary or early junior high, print the first 24 pages of this booklet to omit the portion regarding scientific reports. For those who are ready to challenge their students with a higher task and/or those in upper junior high, print the full booklet to include the scientific report portion.

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Types of Science Projects
- Models
- Experiments
- So What Type of Project Should I Do?
What is This Whole 'Scientific Method' Business Anyway?!
The Flow of the Scientific Method
Step 1: Coming Up With a Good Question

- Fact vs. Opinion
- The "Effect On" Question
- The "How Does Affect" Question
- The "Which/What and Verb" Question
Step 2: Doing the Research & Forming a Hypothesis
- So How Do You Become an Expert?
- Write a Hypothesis
- Now It's Your Turn!
Step 3: Testing Your Hypothesis By Doing an Experiment
- Gather Up Your Materials
- Write a Procedure
- Identify Your Variables
- Test, Test, Test!
- Collect Your Data
--- Hold On Now! How Do You Collect Data?!?!
- Write a Conclusion
- Understand Its Application
- Now It's Your Turn!
Step 4: The Presentation
- Make a Mouthwatering Display
The Rules
- Safety Rules
- Science Fair Rules
More Ideas
Thought-Provoking Titles
Science Fair Judging Form (no report required)
Science Fair Judging Form (with report)
How to Write a Scientific Report

- Nine Sections
- The Title is the Beginning
- The Summary is an Overview
- The Introduction Tells What You Are Going To Do
- The Experimental Procedure Tells How You Did Your Experiment
- The Discussion Talks about Your Data
- The Conclusion is a Summary of Your Results
- Give Credit Where Credit is Due
- The First-Class Look

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