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2014 Science Fair Information

JOIN THE FUN AND PARTICIPATE IN THE 2014 OAK SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR!

The 2014 Oak School Science Fair will be held on Thursday evening, February 27th, 2014. Register by February 14. You can work by yourself or with a sibling or friend.

Need help with an idea?
Mr. Bob Cattin and Mrs. Mary Morgan Ryan will be offering help in the MRC On January 28, 29, and 30 from 8:00 to 8:30 to guide you to ideas and resources.

All participants will receive a display board, T-shirt and entry to a post-fair pizza party.  The class with the highest percentage of participants wins EXTRA RECESS!

Come experience the fun of science!
 

IDEAS!!

1. Click on this image for a quiz that helps you find a topic you will enjoy learning about!

 

 

2. More ideas from Discovery Education's Science Fair CentralHere are project ideas that are labeled easy and harder, as well as lots of advice for you and your parents. Remember that our school district subscribes to Discovery Education so you can log in from the oak.goalexandria.com/researcher using the username and password provided at Parent/Teacher conferences. Discovery Education has many videos on science topics that can give you background knowledge on your topic.

 

3. Even more ideas from Science Fair AdventureVisit this website when you have an idea of what type of science you are interested in--plants, chemicals, computers, etc. There are hundreds of project ideas here, and it can be overwhelming if you try to look at them all.

 

4. Watch the Brainpop video on science fair projects. Go to the oak.goalexandria.com/researcher and click on Brainpop. Log in and search “science fair”. Use the username and password provided at Parent/Teacher conferences.

 

5. Visit the Internet Public Library Project Resource GuideThis website guides you through the steps of participating in a science fair, with loads of helpful web links along the way. The print is small, so you will need to concentrate!

 

6. Have 15 minutes? Watch this National Geographic video and you will understand the science fair process.
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/science-space-kids/science-fair-kids/

 

7. Lawrence Hall of Science 24/7 ScienceThis website has project ideas and explanations. When you have your results, you can compare them with students across the country who have done the same project!

 

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