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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Science fair sponsors have websites with information about past winners of their competitions, details about the winners' projects, and information about upcoming competitions. The winners may also have personal websites... More »

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Award-winning sixth grade science projects include "How we perceive our own voices," "Why are coral reefs dying?" and "The effect of airplane shape, wing shape and wing size on its aerodynamics lift using a wind tunnel."... More »

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Ideas for a science fair project can be found on websites such as Science Buddies, NASA and Science Fair Extravaganza. The science fair ideas are grouped by topic and level of difficulty. More »

In order to create a catchy science fair project title, the title must be clear, precise, use readable fonts and make people interested in the topic. When creating a science fair project, one of the key factors to gettin... More »

A sixth grade science fair entry is judged based on how well the entrant understood and applied scientific methods in developing the project, according to Discovery Education. Criteria listed by the University of Souther... More »

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The "Pop a Rocket" project and the "Tube Kazoo" project are two Bill Nye-created physical science experiments suitable for a science fair. The rocket project uses film canisters, baking powder and water for two-part fuel... More »

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