Kidsource: Science Fair Handbook

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Lowell House Juvenile, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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"KidSource" is a new comprehensive resource series that gives the essentials of a particular high-interest topic for midgraders. "Science Fair Projects", the first title in the series, guides children from the first step of choosing a project, to delivering the final project on the day of the science fair. Kids will discover how to generate ideas for a great project, a handy "to do" schedule to keep on track, and a list of helpful sources. Illustrations.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Science Fair Basics 14
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About the author (1998)

Voth has worked with kids teaching science concepts for several years, currently at the Topanga State Park in Los Angeles.

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