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The Archimedes Initiative
Student getting started with their projects, watch videos and hear from other students talking about their projects. Get examples of how to talk to judges and what to do if you run into a problem.
A collection of Science projects that involve insects and address entomological questions. Educating young people about science thorough insects.
Internet Science and Technology Fair
An online investigation in science, engineering and technical fields for students to become more award and interested in science careers and to understand the innovation process.
Intel International Science & Engineering Fair- Society for Science in the Public http://www.societyforscience.org/isef/
Society for Science and the Public administers the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF). They have developed this website to help interested persons find information about the fair, rules and guidelines, affiliated fairs, and any other pertinent information about ISEF. All of the Intel ISEF forms are available for PDF downloading.
ISEF Rules Wizard
Not sure what forms you need for your Fair project? This site is for you. Your answers to a list of questions will return a the list of forms and approval information that will pertain to your project.
The Kids’ Science Challenge
The Kids’ Science Challenge is a nationwide competition for 3rd to 6th grader to submit experiments and problems for REAL scientists and engineers to solve. Play science games, watch videos, and enter to wind awesome prizes and trips! Winners actually travel to conduct their research with the scientists working in that field. The site also has related downloadable experiments and ideas for science fair projects. Kids’ Science Challenge is made possible by Pulse of the Planet and the National Science Foundation.
Kidspace @ the Internet Public Library: Science Fair Project Resource Guide
The Internet Public Library site has a step by step project development that can really aid first-time science fair entrants. Its tools and resources segment has information links to understanding measurements, the finding resource information on science topics written for kids, and others.
"Prepare for the Science Fair" by Kevin Temmer
An animated short explaining the steps to completing a science fair project.
Science Buddies is a comprehensive aid to students and teachers for science fair information. It includes project ideas, and a project guide that steps through the scientific method and terms used in science fair project preparation, references and tips for materials. It also has an “ask an expert” section where students and teachers can post questions. There is also a guide for teachers with help on student motivation and guidance.
Science Buddies Topic Selection Wizard
Get science fair project ideas based on your interests with this wizard.
Science Fair Central
EVERYTHING you need to know about running or participating in a science fair.
This website is a search engine for scientific research and provides links to thousands of articles and websites. Teachers will need to help students refine their search as much as possible.
The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Science Fairs
This website has a comprehensive lists of links that provides “every science fair accessible through the World Wide Web” whether of global or local scope. It also has links to other science subjects.