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Science fair season is upon us! Parents, we know it can be a challenge to know how to best support your child in this difficult endeavor. And, students, we understand how overwhelming the process can be. We've checked with the experts, and we've gathered the information to ease the stress of science fairs for everyone in the household.

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  • 1.

    A Science Fair Survival Guide

    It's a scenario many parents dread: your child comes home from school and announces that he has a science fair project...

    Source: Education.com
  • 2.

    What is the Scientific Method?

    The scientific method involves following six general steps in sequence. The basic steps are: Problem, Purpose, or...

    Source: Louisiana Region 5 Science and Engineering Fair
  • 3.

    How to Develop a Science Project

    Step 1: Select a Topic Area The first step in selecting a topic for your science fair project is to decide on a topic...

    Source: Centreville Middle School Science Fair
  • 4.

    Science Fair Project Do's and Don'ts

    Spelling Counts! You have worked too hard and come too far to let the spelling slide! Make sure you get it right! If...

    Source: Louisiana Region 5 Science and Engineering Fair
  • 5.

    What Makes a Good Science Fair Project?

    A good Science Fair project involves the student in a journey of discovery, driven by curiosity. It typically starts...

    Source: California State Science Fair
  • 6.

    What is a Science Fair?

    Science Fairs are school events in which students design and test a science project of their choosing using the...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Controlled Experiments

    In experimenting, the term control has special meaning. Here's an example of a very simple controlled experiment about...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 8.

    Successful Science Fair Projects

    A successful science fair project does not have to be expensive or even terribly time-consuming. However, it does...

    Source: Neuroscience for Kids
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    Collect Raw Data

    This step describes types of and ways to collect raw data (experimental results). Raw data includes observations...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Come Up With A Project Hypothesis

    This step of your project concerns a hypothesis, which is a prediction of the solution to a problem based on knowledge...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.