Wednesday, March 16th, 8:15 am Projects Due
Tuesday, March 22th, 6:00-8:00pm Evening Event
All students and families in grades K-6 are encouraged to participate in the Science Fair. Examples of past science fair projects will be on display outside of the Multi-Purpose Room.
Grades K–3 (are encouraged to participate) may enter a collection, scientific explanation display, observation, a science model, or a problem solving experiment. K-3 Students choosing to enter a problem solving experiment are encouraged to refer the Grade 4-6 instruction packet. Students will receive a “Young Scientist” ribbon and a certificate of participation.
Grades 4–6 (a project is mandatory) enter a problem solving experiment that utilizes the scientific method. All projects will be judged by scientists in our community. Students will receive a place ribbon and a certificate of participation.
Books, thr Internet, magazines, science museums, and videos are a great resource for finding inspiration of projects. Remember that there are many different areas of science such as:
- Physical: Gravity, magnetism, electricity, motion, color and light, chemistry
- Earth: Temperature, weather, energy, pollution, soil
- Biological: Plants, food, humans, and animal behavior.
Your project can easily come from your own toys, kitchen or backyard!
See online tutorial at: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/learn/activities/science-fair-project/
Entry forms will go home in blue folders in March 2016.