Pull out your lab coat and goggles - if you have them - it's time to get dirty!
In the fifth science fair project challenge episode, we are going to discuss the keys for performing your science fair project experiment.
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The fifth step of the science fair project is to perform the experiment. This phase is patterned after step four and five of the scientific method.
By this time in the science fair project, the students have completed their design and are now ready to perform their experiment.
This step may take several weeks depending on how long they have designed it to take.
The students need to:
Now that the students have gathered their data, they are ready to analyze it to determine the answer to their question.
Download the science fair project worksheets to use as you go through this step with your students.
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