• Chairville School's Science Fair
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    The Chairville School Science Fair is April 13, 2017.
     
    Students will conduct an experiment, which tests something and collects data, rather than create a model or display, which shows how something works but doesn't test anything. Science Fair participation is mandatory for all 5th grade students. The project will be graded and the grade will count as part of their overall science grade for the third/forth marking period.
     
    Important Dates
     
    March 03, 2017 - Approval Form due to teacher for experiment approval.
    April 13, 2017 - The Science Fair
     
    The Chairville Science Fair will be on April 13, 2017 from 9:30 am - 10:30 am.  The fair will be set up like an open house.  Vistors may come at anytime during the above times.  Click on "Day of the Fair" in the links section for more information.
     
    Helpful Links 
     
    Video Series:  How To Do a Science Fair Project
    (Need help getting started on your science fair project? In this video series, a NASA-JPL scientist, engineer and educator team up to help you learn how to craft your very own idea for a great science fair project and see it through to completion.)
     
    (A list of experiments with directions arranged by scientific topics.)
     
    Science Bob
    (A nice list of experiments with directions.)
     
    (Project ideas from simple, medium to difficult with some videos.)
     
    Exploratorium Snacks
    (A list of experiments that are a scaled-down versions of Exploratorium exhibits.)
     
    Science Fair Central 
    (From Discovery Education a full resource for any science fair.)

    Science Buddies
    (A topic selection wizard to help you find a project.)
    (Science fair projects with instructions.)
    (This site has assembled a vast collection of science fair project ideas written by science teachers, professional scientists, and educational consultants on popular science fair topics ranging from physics and chemistry to biology and even sociology.)
     
    (Check out these fun easy science experiments your child can do at home.)