As a teacher and a homeschool parent, I watched for years the frustration families experienced during science fair season. Never enough time, too few instructions, wondering where to begin — it was just too much to bear.
I knew science fairs weren’t really the problem. I knew science fairs could be fun!
Many families shy away from science fairs because they’ve heard horror stories from other people. Many parents dread the task since they’ve been through it before. Some shy away because they haven’t the first clue how to begin. Many kids miss out on the scientific process and the chance to compete in an exciting event.
This doesn’t have to be.
What if I told you there was a way — a relatively simple way – to get a science fair project done on time?
What if I also told you it won’t be nearly as miserable as you’ve been led to believe (or experienced in the past)?
What if I told you your child will learn tons of stuff about science in the process (and maybe even enjoy doing the project, too)?
What if, what if your child actually won the science fair?
In The Homeschooler’s Guide to Science Fairs, you learn:
- What a science fair project is
- Where to find a topic idea
- How projects are judged/graded
- What parts an eligible project must contain
- How to create a display
- How to get ready to present
- The importance of following the guidelines
and lots more.
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