The category name pretty much speaks for itself. Science fairs are a general term for what is usually an annual event at most American schools at which students present the results of some sort of research. Most students and their parents have difficulty figuring out what to do or how to do it. Information in this category should help with that, but it is not intended to provide shortcuts to do projects in the least amount of time (with the least effort) possible. There is simply no such thing as a high-quality, low-effort and low-substance research project.
Guide and ideas relative to creating a thin film of air surrounding liquid.
Bizarre projects, hobby ideas and weird electronics to build at home.
Tips and ideas for science fair projects.
Step-by-step guides to many science fair projects collected by the California Energy Commission.
Science fair projects don't have to be Science-with-a-capital-S.
Internet Public Library has put together a useful resource for those trying to participate in or run a science fair.
Experiments and activities to learn about the nervous system and brain.
Ideas and approaches to science projects involving mushroom cultivation, from ready-made mushroom kits to culturing mushroom tissue from the wild.
Topic Selection Wizard helps students pick a project topic. Experienced scientists answer student questions in an online forum. Step-by-step project help guide.
Free science fair project ideas, with full instructions and explanations.
A listing of science fair projects for middle and high school students; includes resources.
Steps of a Science Fair Project/ The Scientific Method/ Science Defined/ Judging Sheet Examples
Science project ideas and lesson plan resources for teachers, educators, students to learn about horticulture, botany, natural science and related subjects. Information about the World of Weeds, tips on weed control, selecting appropriate tools, links to botanical databases.
Profile of several completed science fair projects.
Extensive guide to all aspects of science fair projects. Includes ways to come up with original ideas, and lists of sample project ideas.
How to make toys (and projects) that demonstrate scientific principles using simple tools and equipment.
Step-by-step guide to doing a science fair project including timeline, choosing a topic, scientific method, and an insight to how judges think.
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