5 Types of Fair Science Projects
Helping your child finish his science project is much easier once he decides what kind of project he wants to do. There are five basic types of science projects to choose from.
1. Investigation or Investigation Project:
The objective science investigative project is the most common type. This involves the use of scientific methods to create hypotheses and experiments to test hypotheses. For example, ask the question “Does the plant grow better when the fertilizer is used?” And then experiment to generate answers.
2. Research Projects:
A research project is a science report. It involves collecting information about a particular topic and presenting what you have found or learned. Usually, you should start with a question. For example: “How does El Nino affect the weather pattern?”
3. Demonstration Project:
A pilot project is what many people think when they think about science fairness. This type of project demonstrates the scientific principle by creating experiments. Often, demonstrations will involve the manipulation of different variables to see what happens with the change.
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A science fair project model involves building models to demonstrate a principle or concept. Ideally, what your child will build will be unique, but there are old school entrance projects like soda volcanoes, or newer versions, Mentos volcano, and Diet Coke.
This type of project can be very exciting or very boring.
A science project group is just that, a collection of similar items. The collection of leaves can be beautiful, but not very informative. It’s important that your child’s collection presents an overview or insight on the topic. For example, looking at different leaves of different environments and noting differences in appearance or growth based on sunlight, pollution, and so on, in every environment have some scientific investigation involved.