Here’s the brand new eBook that unravels the mystery and spells out all the steps that can make any science fair project a huge success!
“Yes, you can coach your students to create amazing science fair projects
…without stress, without tears, and with full cooperation from your students and their parents
…even if you’ve never been involved in a science fair project before!”
Q. How do you eat an elephant?
A. Bite by bite!
Testimonial: "Finally, a book that makes it so easy for me to teach my students everything they need to know about how to do a science fair project. What I love about The Teacher's Guide to Science Fair Projects is that it gives me the words to help the kids go through a process of discovery, which is exactly what doing a science fair project is all about. |
What an excellent resource -- very well put together and easy to download. The eBook gives me the ability to access it from my classroom as well.
Your book is definitely a valuable. I will strongly recommend it to my fellow colleagues. Please feel free to use any portion of this e-mail as a testimonial on your website." — Missy (Middle School Science Teacher, New York, (USA)
During my years as a teacher, I experienced first-hand the challenges and rewards of undertaking science fair projects. The rewards are undeniable — A student in the midst of scientific inquiry is actually a scientist in training. The scientific method — posing questions, designing experiments, analyzing results — is also an excellent tool for developing critical thinking skills that kids can apply throughout their lives.
And let’s not forget how much they can benefit from the experience of working in teams. Now get the parents involved—as supporters and cheerleaders, not participants ! — and you have a winning combination for learning and growing.
But the challenges are also undeniable — Any science fair project worth undertaking requires a sustained 10-13 week effort and involves dozens of details. (I often say it’s a little like trying to eat an elephant!) How do you manage it along with all the other curriculum requirements? How do you keep your students’ interest over the long run? In fact, how do you get them interested in the first place?
In struggling with those challenges, I searched for advice in books and newsletters, but I found very little in the way of strategies and techniques that I could put to actual use in the classroom. That is why I decided to write the Teachers Guide to Science Fair Projects. Here for the first time is a complete package of hands-on and step-by-step information — everything you need to teach students, communicate with parents, and run a science fair, whether it’s in a classroom, school gymnasium or school library… or a big district-wide event!
The Teachers Guide to Science Fair Projects is built around 20 complete inquiry-based investigatory lesson plans that have your students thinking like scientists — including how to
develop a winning strategy
keep a science log
stay on track with a unique timeline
discover a category of science, topic to find the right project
do project research
write a hypothesis
design an experiment
interpret data and draw conclusions
write a project report
make a display board
do a classroom presentation
What to bring and do at the science fair
Learn how Judges think
Great teaching supplement for homeschool teachers! As a homeschool teacher one of my goals is to help my child develop a positive self-image.
This supplement provides fantastic tips for infusing science fair project lessons with self-esteem and character building exercises.
This product is well worth the investment!
Homeschool Teacher/Parent of Special Needs Child
Each lesson plan gives you, the teacher . . .
objectives vocabulary words
list of materials step-by-step procedure which engages the students in inquiry-based learning activities questions that guide students to implement what they learned into their science fair project homework assignments communication printables to parents
In addition, the Teachers Guide to Science Fair Projects contains:
Convenient printables — worksheets and guidelines ready to be copied and handed out so you do not have to spend time developing them
A package of printable materials for parents — so that they become allies and helpers
A guide for setting up a science fair in your school
More than 170 project ideas written by teachers
To make your Science Fair “library” even more complete, you’ll receive these Free Bonuses worth $67:
expand math skills (students have to analyze data and create graphs)
teach students how to manage their time more effectively (with my unique timeline and process)
give them an understanding of science history that meets the National Science Education Standards
We know that science fairs help to build a student’s confidence and self-esteem. The lessons and processes in the Teachers Guide to Science Fair Projects will also
- improve reading comprehension and writing and increase vocabularies (students have to conduct background research and write a project research paper)
This teacher’s guide is excellent! As a science teacher I am always on the lookout for new lesson plans that I can add to my curriculum. This ebook breaks down the process of completing a science fair project into easy to follow and logical modules. I highly recommend this book to homeschool and public school teachers. |
Susan G, High School Science Teacher, IL U.S.
Teacher's Guide to
Science Fair Projects
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for the Science Fair
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Free Bonus guide plus students' printables.
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