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, an online newsletter contains articles and how-to tips for classroom teachers. The October 1995 newsletter contained an article on painless science fair projects. This article provides suggestions and information on how to develop a science fair project idea.


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Here are some lists of good science projects for all ages:

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Below is a list of great ideas for potential science fair projects. Pick something you're interested in and try it out for size. The projects are categorized by their difficulty. Find a wide range of science fair projects for kids as well as ideas that will help challenge and guide children through whatever subject they investigate. Students at any grade of elementary school, middle school and high school can enjoy creating cool projects with easy ideas and interesting questions about chemistry, biology, physics, earth, plants and more. Kids can follow the free list of fun topics and examples, use them as a guide for further research or create their own original project in an area that they are interested in. Whether they’re in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grades they will enjoy projects such as growing salt crystals, making fossils and measuring wind speed. Take advantage of the quick and easy science fair project ideas, give making your own first place prize winning project your best shot and most importantly, have fun!
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Developing Science Fair Projects:

Follow the KIS principle - Keep it Simple!

Place each sheet of thein individual 3-ring plastic sheet protectors. They can be purchased at your local office supply store.

Adhering to your color scheme, put the Abstract in a 3-ring folder, Project Report in a 3-ring notebook.

Print a separate label for each of the binders.

Arrange these items neatly on the table in front of your display board.

Do not let the models that you made, equipment or parts of the display hang over the table. Keep everything off the floor.

Attach three-dimensional objects to the display board at the fair - not at home.

Ask your science teacher if you are permitted to cover the table with a cloth. If so, coordinate the color with the color scheme of your display board.

Neatly arrange model and or equipment in an organized fashion, along with your Abstract, , and Science Report, on the table in front of the display board.

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