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Introduction

Science Fair Project

 

Handouts

Please grab a Science Fair Project Folder from Ms. Jennifer

 

How to do a science fair project by NASA

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How to do a science fair display?

 

Books in the Marshall Library

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Everything You Need for Simple Science Fair Projects - Bob Friedhoffer; Ernie Colon (Illustrator)
ISBN: 079109054X
Publication Date: 2006-03-01
Students will find everything they need to design experiments that demonstrate the core concepts in physics, astronomy, biology, and chemistry. Experiments involving gravity, energy, air and water, friction, motion, light, perception, biology, states of matter, and magnetism are featured in this title. Subjects covered include: Gravity Energy Air and water pressure Friction Motion Light Perception Biology States of matter Magnetism.

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Hands-On Science - Sarah Angliss; John Graham; David Le Jars (Illustrator); Maggie Hewson
ISBN: 0753454408
Publication Date: 2002-06-15
Science takes a hands-on approach in this giant book of projects and experiments. All the essential subjects are covered -- electricity and magnets, forces and motion, sound and light, and matter and materials. Hundreds of simple, easy-to-do experiments explore the various scientific principles behind natural phenomena such as gravity, friction, centrifugal force, and the underlying laws of physics that help machines work. These fun, hands-on experiments that make it easy for anyone to become a rocket scientist!

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The Science of Forces - Steve Parker
ISBN: 1403472858
Publication Date: 2005-06-17
How do forces work in the world? Find out the different ways in this fact-filled title.

 

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better"- Samuel Beckett

 

Information for Parents

 

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