Free science projects are all over the internet. A simple search for free projects gives up thousands of results. Unfortunately, in most cases, these ‘free’ projects prove that the old adage “you get what you pay for” is true.
For students headed to the science fair, most free science projects don’t give enough information to get the student started. They give an idea, but no procedure, no directions for an experiment, and no hints on where to find research information. That’s where our project guides come in. They are not free, but the savings in time will make up for the cost.
Our project guides are organized exactly like a science project board. First of all, we help you figure out how to write the purpose and formulate an hypothesis. We give you a list of supplies – and easy places to find them. We have step-by-step instructions that will be your procedure. We tell you exactly what data to gather, and how to do it. We also give you a list of online and offline resources that will make research a breeze.
For most parents, one of the biggest headaches of a project is making charts and graphs. For that, we give you charts that are preformatted and have formulas built in. You plug in your data, and your results are evident. No free science project guide does that!
Our science projects have been performed many times over by teachers and parents. Their experience makes our science project guides easy for your student to do. They’ve been tested to make sure they work, that the instructions are clear and that they’re acceptable (and impressive!) to science teachers and science fairs.
We don’t really advertise it, but support for our guides is free. Once you purchase from us, we’ll be there to help you if you have questions. And you can come back to the projects again and again – even using them for future science fairs.
Check out our science guides at https://www.24hourscienceprojects.com. We know you’ll be glad you didn’t settle for a free science project!