Do you need help with an upcoming science fair project? Do you like to do experiments at home for fun? Check out the many resources available to help you out!
You can find books on science fair projects under the call number 507.8 in the non-fiction section of the library.
Last updated 04/01/2010
- Student Resource Center
Click on the Science icon and scroll down to Science Experiments for lists of experiments you can try at home. Topics include anything from electricity to greenhouse gases, to rocks and minerals.
- Championship science fair projects : 100 sure-to-win experiments
With these 100 proven projects, students will have a really winning science fair experience-- and hone their analytical skills, too. Best of all, the author makes even the most complicated subjects-- such as DNA research-- marvelously clear. The wide range of topics offers something for everyone: the many faces of acids and bases, the science of life (cells, enzymes, algae), perfect plant proj read more >>
- Experiment central : understanding scientific principles through projects
Demonstrates scientific concepts by means of experiments, including step-by-step instructions, lists of materials, troubleshooter's guide, and interpretation and explanation of the results.
- First place science fair projects for inquisitive kids
"Will my hot chocolate cool down faster if I add the cold milk now or later? Will ketchup flow faster if it's stirred first?" Taking first place in the science fair has never been so much fun! These biology, chemistry, and physics experiments, devised by a real scientist and former high school chemistry teacher, really rock. That's because each activity answers questions that actually fascinat read more >>
- Junior science experiments on file
- Last-minute science fair projects : when your Bunsen's not burning but the clock's really ticking
"Remember: Science fair projects are due...NOW!" It's no secret that kids sometimes put off doing their assignments, especially if they get busy or don't know where to begin. But with this compilation at hand, their science fair problems are over, because it's full of super-quick ideas sure to wow the crowd and the judges. All the experiments use common, easy to find materials, and there's val read more >>
- IPL Science Fair Project Resource Guide
Provides links and descriptions to many websites that show you everything from choosing a topic to winning the science fair. A great place to start!
- Science Fair Central
This Discovery Education website provides help with project ideas, tips for displays, safety advice and more.
Read about real students’ winning science fair projects and get ideas for your own.
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