Let's start at the beginning - choosing a topic for your science fair project. I know you are thinking there's not much to this, but choosing the right topic will help you succeed with the science fair project.
In this first science fair project challenge episode, we are going to delve into the keys for choosing a topic for your project!
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The first step of the science fair project is to choose a topic for the project. This phase is patterned after the first step of the scientific method, which is to “Ask a Question”.
For the science fair project, there are three keys to choosing a topic:
Download the science fair project worksheets to use as you go through this step with your students.
Check out the following websites and books for help with choosing a science fair project topic:
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