This text is one of the only two recommended by the ISEF (the largest international science fair) in their rulebook as good sources of information on executing a science fair project. Timely, thorough, and user-friendly it features 50 award-winning projects from actual science fairs, described in detail with accompanying illustrations, plus 500 other suggested topics suitable for grades 7 and up. This outstanding revision includes several completely new activities, expanded coverage of the rules and protocols established by the ISEF, an additional chapter on research and experimentation, updated appendices, and more.
|Series:||Science Editions Series|
|Product dimensions:||2.36(w) x 3.35(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 17 Years|
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This is an update to Bochinski's 1996 edition by the same title. Contains updated useful information throughout, names of tons of project ideas, lists good website sources for topics, supply companies, and 50 outlines for projects, be sure to check out Bochinski's new MORE AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS, basically the same book but contains even better, more up to date projects.
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Pinched for a science project? Try this great book! This is an excellent book that really works for any student doing a science fair project. It gives user-friendly instructions and 50 real award winning projects that a parent or child can understand and truly use as a basis for conducting a science fair project. My daughter used this book two years in a row and both times has achieved great academic success with her projects and it helped her to understand the process of a science fair project and how it relates to real-world science. Good news parents for kids!