The problem in a science fair project is the scientific question that the experiment attempts to answer. It should be phrased as a question and begin with a question word such as "how" or "why." More »

While the judgement of a science fair project is subjective, elements such as objectives, skills demonstration, data and interpretation generally garner high marks. The display of the project should be a reflection of th... More »

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Examples of creative elementary school science projects include making a lemon battery, a three-dimensional model of the sun or a bird feeder. Other projects include making an erupting volcano or an Alka-Seltzer film can... More »

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Creating a science fair project involves getting an idea and doing research, creating questions, designing an experiment, examining the results and presenting the experiment and the results. Before choosing a project, fi... More »

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Find a good mentor, think of an original idea and invest plenty of time into the project to win a school science fair, according to Amber Hess for Science Buddies. Choose an interesting and challenging topic, study essen... More »

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A science fair project, which is generally composed of a display unit, exhibit materials and a written report, is the result of a student’s thorough investigation into a scientific area of interest. Students present a co... More »

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One idea for a ninth grade science fair project is to explore how exposure to different chemical compounds affects the germination rate of seeds. Another idea is to explore different materials and construction that reduc... More »

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