|1. Figure Out Something Interesting for Your Science Project.
One of the biggest Hurdles you face is choosing a good science project idea. Some points to consider are:
|2. Science Project Hypothesis.
The question you choose to answer will become your Science Project Hypothesis. To state the hypothesis, change the question into a statement and include what you expect to happen as a result of your experiment or demonstration.
|3. Make a Plan for Your Project.
|4. Do Your Science Project as Planned.
The next step is to follow the plan you have written. Keep a journal or lab notebook to record your data and observations. Try to write detailed notes on everything you observe. You may want to take pictures, videos or make sketches of your observations. These notes are important to your project because they are needed when you write your report and make your display.
|5. Analyze Your Results.
Once you are finished with the experiment, organize your data and notes. It is helpful to put your data into a spreadsheet and your notes into word processing. Then study the results.
|6. Write Your Report.
Write a report detailing your science project. Include what you did, how you did the project, and what you discovered. Be sure to write about your plan and your experiment. Include your data, and perhaps some of your charts and graphs that help interpret your data. Use the background information earlier as references where appropriate.
|7. Make Your Display.
The display can be crucial to your success. Your display must be neat and organized, but also needs to tell the story of your project in a concise manner. It should include:
|8. Practice Your Presentation.
When you make your presentation, it is important that you are prepared. You know more about your science project than any one else. Know what you are going to say before you have to say it. By rehearsing your presentation, you become confident talking about your project. Start practicing by yourself, then find some adults to present to as practice judges.
|9. Do Not Wait Until The Last Moment.
Plan ahead. Allow enough time to do your science project and you will have fun learning about one of your interests.
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