Category Archives: scientific method

The scientific method is generally introduced to students in the third grade and the posts explore this science technique for finding relationships between two things.

6-Steps of the Scientific Method Video

6-Steps of the Scientific Method by Super Science Fair

Important: To see the 6-Steps of the Scientific Method video click on the image below. The above image is a preview image only. The 2nd image is live.   If you want more detailed information about the scientific method, look at the Student’s Guide to the Scientific Method here.

Video on the 1st Step of the Scientific Method

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Watch this video to learn about the 1st step of the scientific method, which is Purpose/Question. This is an entry to the Science Fair Enthusiasts Contest. The words in red critique information in the video. . The first step is to Observe and Ask a Question. It is all about making objective observations. These observations […]

The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies Video

The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies Video
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The First Step of the Scientific Method Never Dies video is made in connection with the Super Science Fair Enthusiast’s Olympiad. The entry was made by Mas’ab, a 7th grader from the country, Mauritius. This is an entry to the Science Fair Enthusiasts Contest. The words in red critique information in the video and below […]

The Scientific Method Steps Animated Video

The Scientific Method Steps Video
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See live video and lyrics below of the scientific method steps Ansh Jain 8th Grade Delht, India This is an entry to the Science Fair Enthusiasts Contest. The words in red critique the information that is in the video. First you make an observation / Question of the world around. Take notes and record all […]

Science Fair Project Verbal Presentations

How to Give a Science Fair Verbal Presentation

The final element of a winning science fair project is a good verbal presentation. There are two verbal presentations that you will need to plan ahead for. The first is the impromptu presentation that you make to individuals that approach your project at the science fair and there is the formal presentation that you make […]

The Scientific Method Concludes with Suggestions for Further Research

The Scientific Method and Importance of Further Research

The final step in the scientific method is to make suggestions for further research that still needs to be done. This step is important because it highlights the limitations of your findings and focus other researchers efforts on what you think still needs to be explored. Some students skimp on this section, but you don’t […]

Drawing Conclusions for Your Super Science Fair Projects

Draw Conclusions - The Scientific Method

This week we are going to talk about the next step in creating super science fair projects, drawing your conclusions. Your conclusions are going to be based on your data analysis, that you conducted in the last step, as well as on the background research your conducted earlier. This is a very important step in […]

Collecting Data when doing the Scientific Method

Collecting Data for Science Fair Projects

This week you are collecting data when following the scientific method. You do this after you complete doing your science fair experiment. During this step of the scientific method you will be doing two things, (1) completing your experiments and (2) collecting data. This step can take anywhere from a few minutes to several months […]

Designing Your Experiment

Designing Your Experiment

This week we are moving on to the next step in the scientific method, designing your experiment. This step is one that you need to pay close attention to, as it will determine how successful your science fair project will be. By the way, if you have been following this blog this month then you […]

The Scientific Method: Background Research for Science Fair Projects

Last week we talked about developing your science fair project’s hypothesis and this week we will be discussing how to conduct the background research for your project. This is an activity that needs to be done both before you create your hypothesis and after you develop your hypothesis. Whether you are working on an easy […]