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Students and parents need a head start to get into science fair projects, especially when it's the first year for you. Here you will find science books designed for children as early as the first grade and even kindergarten and pre-school. These books help to smooth out the learning curve. If you're not reading these books, chances are you can find them in the homes of many of your classmates. Science projects are used by schools to help children learn about science by hands-on experiments and demonstrations.
With these books, you don't need to be a science expert to put together a good project. Children learn better when the experience is fun and interesting.
These books help get over the confusion and panic that many students and parents feel about their first science project. This way, learning can take place in a natural way driven by the child's innate curiosity. Do your research as early as possible in order to reduce stress and make the project a positive experience for the entire family.
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Here's a checklist to help gauge your understanding of what a science project entails: Do you know how judges grade projects? Do you know what they look out for? What are the rules for displaying a project? Is it necessary to perform an experiment?
Can you do a project without an experiment?
How many different types of science projects are there? There are so many different possibilities. Is there a systematic way to choose a topic? How is scientific "Theory" different from a "Hypothesis"?
What can your child do if an experiment goes wrong?
How did you do? If you can confidently answer the questions above, you're ready to provide your child with sound guidance. However, if you were unsure about some of the questions, we offer a book that provides clear and relevant guidelines. It will guide you and your child to: This package will help your child with her project.
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