How to Design an Experiment is an important step in completing your science fair project!
If you haven't met me yet, my name is Detective ThinkMore and I am your Super Science Fair Projects guide. I am here to assist you through this mystery of science fair projects. So... now's the time to take action!
When you design your Science Experiments for Kids look at your timeline and be sure that you have enough time to complete it.
A hypothesis is an educated guess or prediction of what you think will happen. What makes this section so much fun is that there is no right or wrong solution to the problem. It is what you think is the answer to the question.
A good hypothesis takes the form of "If I do this, then that will
For example... I hypothesize that flower seeds fed an organic natural fertilizer will germinate faster than those that are fed a synthetic chemical fertilizer.
Even if your experiment produces different results from your hypothesis statement, do not change your statement.
Write your Big Question in your
Science Projects Log and give reasons and
information from your research to back up your hypothesis.
Decide how you want to set up
your Science Experiments.
Meet with your teacher and a parent again: Bring your Log. Here are some questions to discuss:
After your teacher approves your Science Experiments for Kids work, and you meet with a parent, it is time to go shopping. Remember that supply list you've been recording in your Science Log? Now is the time to take write a shopping list on another piece of paper and purchase your science fair supplies. If you need to add to the list, do so in your science log and on your shopping list.
Plan to take pictures you will find Include them in your report. Judges love pictures.
Do you remember the Success is a Journey story on the?
Remember it told you another important reason to take pictures.
WOW! Good job.
You are almost a veteran detective, so... you know the drill by now.
Here is your Outcome Wrapup.
1) Write your hypothesis?
2) Check in with your teacher?
3) Talk with a parent?
4) Make your shopping list?
Are you ready to move on to the next clue? I certainly hope so because the next part is what you have been waiting for... the fun part ... where you get to test your experiment !
At Super Science Fair Projects we have a lot more science experiments for kids. Why not explore your options....