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Woodbridge Middle School Science Fair Resources

This list of Websites will get you thinking about Science Fair and help you to brainstorm ideas and begin to focus on your best ideas!

Math Projects

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Great Site For Science Fair Ideas

Here's a list of over 30 Science Fair ideas to get you started. Then download science experiments, and watch experiment videos to inspire your project.

Science News for Students

Science News for Students is an award-winning, online publication dedicated to providing age-appropriate, topical science news to learners, parents and educators. It's a program of Society for Science & the Public.

How to Do a Science Fair Project Activity | NASA/JPL Edu

This six-part video series walks educators and students through the ins and outs of crafting a science fair project.

Science Fair

Science Fair - What they are, What they Offer (scholarships and cash prizes), how to compete and links to top fairs.

Science Fair Projects and Experiments by Branches of Science

Science fair projects by branches of science: topics, ideas, experiments, resources, and sample projects.

Pure Mathematics Project Ideas

Wikipedia defines mathematics as "the study of quantity, structure, space and change." With a definition like that, it's easy to see why math is often called "the language of science." Math is essential for analyzing and communicating scientific results, and for stating scientific theories in a way that is clear, succinct, and testable. Start your science adventure by choosing a project from our collection of mathematics experiments.

Eureka! Lab

Cassiopea jellyfish can often be found upside-down. A new study finds that they may regularly enter a sleeplike state while in that position.

Student Projects | Science Fair Central

The key to a good and manageable investigation is to choose a topic of interest, then ask what is called a “testable question.” Testable questions are those that can be answered through hands-on investigation by the student. The key difference between a general interest science question and a testable question is that testable questions are always about changing one thing to see what the effect is on another thing.

Science Fair Environmental Project Ideas | Learning and Teaching about the Environment | US EPA

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