This Free Science Fair Project Pack Instant Download gives your student the forms and graphic organizers he or she needs to help plan the perfect project! Whether it’s their first science fair project or they have tons of experience, these tables and tools can help them lay everything out so they don’t miss a step or a deadline.
The Free Science Fair Project Pack Instant Download starts with a project timeline so your student can get a big picture view of what needs done and when.
Next, it has forms for planning the project itself. Students can record their ideas and then do research on how others have approached the topic. They can learn from studying these related projects and decide what they like and what they want to do differently.
Then they can plan the supplies they need and determine where they will get each one. Once this step is done, they can write a detailed plan for their project.
Students are encouraged to then discuss their project plan with a parent and determine what revisions they should make based on your conversation.
Following the graphic organizers for all this brainstorming and planning, students are given forms to record:
- data collected
- methods used to collect the data
- observations they made
- their final report and conclusion
The pack concludes with a form to record a sketch of their presentation board and supplies needed for it, photos of their presentation, and a bibliography for their project.
It’s a straightforward set of forms that can make a big difference in your student’s project and help relieve a ton of stress (for them and for you!). Scroll down to get your free instant download today!
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