Last week we talked about holiday candy science fair projects that you can complete. This week I’d like to talk about another holiday project that you can work on, chromatography science fair projects. Chromatography, if you don’t already know, is a very simple process that involves the separation of colors or particles in a solution […]
It is gift giving season once again, and yes there are a lot of toys that you can buy for your kids. However, this year as I browsed through the latest toys promoted online I ran across a really cool Lego set. This Lego set, called LEGO® Mindstorm® NXT, not only looks like a lot […]
Now that we have talked about the six steps of the scientific method we are now ready to talk about another aspect of your science fair project, your visual elements. Visual elements are the second most important element of your science fair project. This is because these are what the judges are going to use […]
The final step in the scientific method is to make suggestions about what research 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 want […]
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 […]
Last week we designed our science fair project’s experiment, and this week we are going to complete the 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 depending on the […]
If you have been following this blog this month then you have already learned how to develop a hypothesis and how to conduct your background research. 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, […]
This week I’d like to start a new blog series on science fair project ideas. This week I’ll be talking about ideas for 24-hour science fair projects that involve cell phones and elliptical machines. Both of these items can be found in many homes, at school or at a local store. The first science fair […]
As we come to the end of the year it is only normal to ponder what was accomplished during the last year and what the new year will bring. This is also the time of year when many teachers think about how they can help their students reach their academic goals by the end of […]
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