Science Fair Project Help

1 11 2010

Science fair projects provide an excellent opportunity to explore science and share your findings. However, it can be difficult to know where to start. I am  sharing some of the resources I use when creating blog posts in hopes they will help you plan your science fair project.

Howtosmile.org– Search their collection of over 1,000 science and math activities by subject and age range.

www.stevespangler.com– Read descriptions and watch videos of experiments about chemistry, density, weather, and more. There is even a category just for science fair ideas.

www.exploratorium.edu– The Exploratorium is a unique museum of science, art, and human perspective in San Francisco. Their website is full of ways you can explore science from home.

sciencenewsforkids.org– The Science fair zone of this educational website provides examples of outstanding experiments, tips, and topics.

Also, look through the blog for ideas.  These  experiments showing capillary attraction, density of gases, and chemical bonds might pique your scientific curiosity.

What was your favorite science fair project? leave us a comment and let us know!

 

Young scientists experiment mixing primary colors at the Museum

 

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