Yes, once again I am here to guide you. This time we are writing the details of your
easy science fair projects report.
Would you believe that we are getting down to the wire of bringing this mystery
to a close?
Let all things be done decently and in order.
First Corinthians 14:40
Before you write your report,
check with your teacher regarding your school's rules and guidelines. It precedes
anything I write on this web site.
EASY SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS
CLUE No. 5, Part B
Writing Your Super Science Fair Projects Report
of Clue No. 5 will take about 8 - 15 hours to complete.
Chunk it down into bite-size pieces.
"F" on timeline.
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Check your inkjet cartridges and printer ink supplies.
You will want to use various colors to make your charts, tables and graphs.
If you need to replenish your supply, now is the time to order them.
The sections of a report
- The Title Page - in the center of the page write the Project
Title, and your name, grade, school, date underneath that. Some schools want only the
Title of your project on the first page.
Write the title so it grabs the reader's attention. Do not make it the same
as your Big Question.
- Table of contents - page 2 of your Easy Science Fair Projects Report.
Include a page number in front of the name of each section.
Center the word "Content" or "Table of Contents" at the top
of the page. Number the sections of the Easy Science Fair Projects Report in a list
the Table of Contents....
Table of Contents
- Abstract - brief overview of the project - one or two
paragraphs. No more then one page. We will address this later.
- Introduction - hypothesis, explanation of what prompted
your research and what you hoped to achieve.
- Experiment - describe in detail the method used to collect
your data or make your observations. Be sure to explain every detail
so that someone could repeat the experiment step by step. Include
data, drawings, charts and graphs.
Also, you may want to include photos.
- Data - include all data and measurements from your experiment along with drawings,
charts and graphs. If you have extensive data that is several pages, put it in an appendix
at the back of your notebook.If it is very long, and you put it in another binder, write a summary statement along with
- Discussion - results and conclusions obtained from
your experiment; compare your results with published data you found
in your research, what you would do differently if repeating the
experiment; possible ways in which the project could be expanded in
- Conclusion - summarize your results. Only include what was
stated earlier in the paper.
- Acknowledgements - brief statement stating the names of
people and how they helped you.
- References - Books, magazines, journal, articles,
interviews that you used to do your research. Ask each person's permission that
you interviewed to print their name, title, work address and work phone
CLUE No. 5, Part D
EASY SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS REPORT
First Draft and Completed Report
Line "E" on your timeline
Presentation is Everything.
Easy Science Fair Projects
Your report is the
written expression of all your work.
Link to Writing
if you struggle with writing.
(click on the link and then scroll 1/2 down the page.)
Write a first draft of your easy science fair projects report. A first draft is the
first time you write your report. Include your Big Question, hypothesis,
materials list, numbered step-by-step explanation of your procedure,
results, analysis of results leading to the conclusion.
When possible use a computer to write your report. Double space your lines. Enter and create
data, graphs, tables and pictures. Use the spell check to edit and
revise your report.
- Ask someone who has excellent writing skills to edit the 1st draft
of your Easy Science Fair Projects Report for grammar, clarity and
- After the 1st draft is edited, input suggested changes. Give this
2nd draft to the editor to proofread the paper again.
- When you are satisfied with the results, type a revised, polished
copy for your final report.
Print your final copy on clean white paper. Put each sheet
of paper in a 3-ring, clear plastic protector. Then put all the
protected papers of your report in a notebook that has a pocket. When you get to the science fair, place the notebook
in front of your
display board. This
notebook will also be handed in to your teacher.
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Maybe this is your first visit to this site, you're not into this science fair stuff,
but still need to do a project.
Here are fast, quick, easy science fair projects just for you...
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Once you decide on an easy science project your teacher is still expecting you to
do all the steps of a science fair project... so, you will need to begin with
the step called science fair project and research.
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Many science fair projects and energy activities for students, K-12.
Each of them have a short description on this page and then a link to the actual activity.
The Geology Wing at Berkeley for Science Fair Ideas
This series of exhibits will take you on a journey through the history of the Earth,
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Here is a list of questions that will stimulate ideas for easy science fair
projects related to photosynthesis. The purpose of the questions is to get you thinking.
Time to wrap up this section.
~ Did you write your abstract AND report?
~ Have them edited by an expert other than yourself?
~ Rewrite and type / input final copies of both abstract and report?
~ Print / them on a printer?
~ Put them in a brand new folder between 3-ring clear plastic protectors?
If not, please stay with it until you complete these outcomes.
Your on the home stretch, you're almost there.
Take a break for a day and then click on
elementary science fair projects link to learn how to impress the judges
with your display board.
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