More Award-Winning Science Fair Projects

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Wiley, Nov 21, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 228 pages
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Today's science fairs are more challenging than ever before, with projects that are much more sophisticated than your dad's old volcano model. That's why this follow-up to the classic Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects, by Julianne Bochinski, presents 35 all-new, award-winning science fair projects developed and presented by actual students. More Award-Winning Science Fair Projects gives you the information you need to compete in today's science fairs.

Each project includes:
* A detailed introduction, including the purpose and hypothesis
* A complete list of materials needed
* Step-by-step instructions on how to carry out the experiment
* Inquiry questions to help you evaluate your own results


In addition, this book gives you a thorough introduction to developing your own science project, from choosing and researching a topic and finding a mentor, to organizing experiments and data and setting up a backboard, to delivering a top-notch oral presentation. Plus, you'll find over 400 ideas for science fair topics, 100 award-winning project titles, project supply sources, science fair listings, and more.

Creating a successful science fair project can be an exciting, challenging, and rewarding experience. Get in on the fun and create an interesting, impressive project of your own. You'll be amazed at what you can accomplish with More Award-Winning Science Fair Projects!

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Contents

Science Fairs and Science Fair Projects
7
Before You Get Started
11
Getting Started
15
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

JULIANNE BLAIR BOCHINSKI is a former science fair contestant, award winner, and judge, as well as the author of The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects. She is now a trademark and copyright law attorney and a member of the Connecticut Science Fair Committee.

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