“I need a science fair project.”
You’ve probably arrived at this website because one of your children has made this bone chilling statement. Finding a science fair project can turn a mother who bravely endured 18 hours of labor into a quivering mass of nerves. If they could bottle the feeling induced by a science fair project, it could be sold as birth control. Parents hate them that much.
We know. Our family stopped counting after science fair project # 25.
We struggled for years to submit a science fair project that was easy and affordable to do, yet would satisfy the strict guidelines set forth by our schools. After a dozen projects, we found some science projects that worked for us. The first year, we submitted two versions of the same science project – one for the middle school science fair, and the other to elementary school. Over the next few years, we added to our collection, and figured out how to do terrific science fair project charts and displays. We discovered great resources for doing a science fair project – resources that helped our boys do research easily.
A couple of years ago, knowing that other families have the same problems doing a science fair project, we decided to make our science fair projects available to others. We picked five of our best science projects and made them into a package of project guides that can be done in only 24 hours. Really.
We’ve been in your shoes – in fact, we’re still in them, because our boys are still participating in science fairs! We enjoy helping others discover that a science fair project can really be fun. Finding a science project doesn’t have to be hard! Take a look at our project guide here. We know you’ll find that we’ve done the hard part, and left the fun of a science fair project for you to enjoy!