The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects

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Want the inside tips for putting together a first-rate science fair project that will increase your understanding of the scientific method, help you to learn more about a fascinating science topic, and impress science fair judges? The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects, newly revised and updated, is the ultimate guide to every aspect of choosing, preparing, and presenting an outstanding science fair project. Special features of this unbeatable guide include:
  • 50 award-winning projects from actual science fairs-including many new project ideas-along with an expanded list of 500 fascinating science fair topics suitable for grades 7 and up
  • Straightforward, highly detailed guidelines on how to develop an outstanding project-from selecting a great topic and conducting your experiment to organizing data, giving oral and visual presentations, and much more
  • The latest ISEF rules and guidelines
  • Updated information on resources and state and regional science fair listings

The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects gives you all the guidance you'll need to create a science fair project worthy of top honors.

Julianne Blair Bochinski
ISBN: 978-0-471-46043-5
244 pages
November 2003

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