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Science Fair Projects Don't Have to be Boring
Make Your Science Fair Project Exciting

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It's that time of the year when students and their parents are faced with the demands and schedules of science fair. Instead dreading your science fair, why not make it fun? Finding the right science fair project is the first step!

What do you like: Sports? Music? Good food? All are great ideas for a science fair project. Finding a project in an area that interest you is the key to a successful and fun science fair project!

There are many places to look for science fair projects. You can buy a book with different projects. You can go the library or talk to your teachers. Surfing the web is a great plane to find science fair projects that interest you. Figure out a topic you like and search for a project using the term. For example, do you like baseball? Search for “baseball science fair projects.” Maybe you like music? Try searching for "music science fair projects." How about a recent events like tsunamis? Search for "tsunami science fair projects.”  

Find a great baseball science fair project here: baseball science fair project
Music lovers science fair project: music science fair project
An exciting tsunami science fair project is available here: tsunami science fair project

You will have to plan your project to conform to the scientific method. You will need a hypothesis, controls, procedures, materials, conclusion, a good display and proof of your original hypothesis. But most important of all, it should about something you like.

For older students how about a project on the opposite sex. For example, you could do a project on “Who needs more space? Boys or Girls?” Or, “Who has better study habits? Boys or Girls”? These projects will involve observation and carefully constructed questionnaires to gather the data you will need to either prove or disprove your hypothesis. 

What ever project you choose, it must conform to the scientific method. You will need a hypothesis, controls, procedures, materials, conclusion, a good display and proof of your original hypothesis. But most important of all, it should about something you like. As this will make all the required steps interesting and fun!

Find over 200 science fair project ideas including, the scientific method, presentation tips and what the judges are looking for, click here.

 


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