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It seems that nothing strikes fear in the hearts of students and parents like these three words: science fair project.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. A science fair project is an opportunity to research and learn about things that interest you. And through your studies
you will learn how science is basic to everything around us. You will benefit beyond your improved science knowledge. Science fair projects teach you problem-solving skills, improve your written and oral communication skills and give you the satisfaction of completing a well-done project.

The ideas for projects are endless; you are limited only by your imagination. For example, does dirty dish water affect the growth of plants? Or how does acid rain affect plant growth? Which diapers are the most absorbent? What is the pH of various shampoos? Do different brands of gasoline make a difference in gas mileage?

The first key to a successful science fair project is picking a topic that interests you. The reason is simple: you will be motivated to do a better job on the project and will have fun doing it. And remember, a good science fair project doesn’t have to be complicated. It is important that you understand your project and that you have explored the scientific and technical issues related to your project.

The second key is careful planning. After discussing your project with your teacher and getting approval for your idea, allow yourself plenty of time for research, experiments, observation and analysis. In other words, don’t wait until the last minute. Projects take time. Ask questions about your project, but do the work yourself. If you do the work yourself, you will get a much better understanding of why things do and do not work as expected.

Finally, don’t get upset if your experiments prove your hypothesis incorrect. Throughout history, some of the most important experiments were those that
didn’t prove the original hypothesis.

On the following pages are basic ingredients for a science fair project and tips for a great display as well as suggestions for making a great presentation.Best of all, there are many science fair projects category Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer, Environmental, Ecology, Microbiology, Electronics, Engineering,Biochemistry ,Environment sciences, Kitchen Science Experiments, genetics, food, DIY (do it yourself) Projects, Earth complete with easy-to-understand instructions. In addition, there are different subjects, including air, energy, water and recycling.

By performing one of the science projects in this website, you will gain a better understanding of science, and who knows, maybe you’ll find a new way to protect the environment.
Be careful doing your project. Give yourself plenty of time. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Enjoy your work and have fun. But most of all – learn. Good luck.

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