Alphabet Soup contains thematic units, holiday units, games and activities for kids; teacher and parent resources; and crafts, humor and recipes for all! Be sure to check out the Kindergarten Kafe, recipes dictated by 5-year-olds! Includes plenty of free printables.
Below are listed a number of science projects and energy activities for students, K-12. Each of them have a short description on this page and then a link to the actual activity. Some activity sheets will need to be downloaded or printed with your Web browser software.
Free science fair projects can be found at the newly launched http://www.free-science-fair-projects.net, which includes award-winning projects from students all over the world. Students are also encouraged to enter the 2006 Virtual Science Fair Projects Contest; for details, visit http://www.free-science-fair-projects.net/2006summersciencefaircontest.html.
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ISD77: Cyber Fair The Virtual Science Fair
Created for and by students in grades 3 through 6. Students and teachers the world-over are welcome to visit
The IPL will guide you to a variety of web site resources, leading you through the necessary steps to successfully complete a science experiment.
The six links below contain a wealth of information, examples, and resources which students and teachers can use to help them conduct student research projects for science fairs, classroom inquiry activities, and publication.
A comprehensive guide to creating your science fair project!
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This primer is written to help my students develop science fair projects. These ideas have been developed over twenty years of teaching science through research projects.
Most of the project ideas at the links below are just titles or ideas – not details of how to do the projects. Those that have details are marked.
Provide guidance to students, parents, and teachers throughout the process of planning, developing, implementing and competing in science fair activities. Sources range in suitability from elementary to high school levels.
Useful web sites for people doing science fairs and science projects.
Scifair.org is the premiere resource on science fair projects, science fair ideas, tips on carrying out science experiments, and winning your science fair.
Winston Science Competitions, Dallas Area