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by Nancy Poydar
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Nancy Poydar
  • ISBN:
    0823422690
  • ISBN13:
    978-0823422692
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Holiday House (January 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    439
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Otis needs a science fair project in a hurry. The problem is that all the good ideas are already taken and the judges will arrive on Friday. Nancy Poydar was an elementary school teacher. Now she is a full-time author and artist

Otis needs a science fair project in a hurry. Luckily a blue jay outside the classroom window inspires Otis to make a bird feeder and observe which birds come to it. Even when other kids question the scientificness of his project and no birds come to the feeder. Now she is a full-time author and artist. She draws her book ideas from her school experiences, her children, and her own childhood.

School stories are Poydar's niche, and this latest fits right in, addressing the (n)ever-popular science fair. One week before the big day, Otis still doesn't have a project, while all around, his classmates busily make observations, take measurements and record data. His laid-back teacher subtly points him toward a project perfectly suited to his interests: birds. A great book for sharing with classes on many levels, this is both a good primer for science fairs and for skills such as being a good friend, appreciating differences and persistence.

No Fair Science Fair book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Oh no! Otis needs a science fair project in a hurry.

Oh no Otis needs a science fair project in a hurry. Even when other kids question the "scientificness" of his project and no birds come to the feeder, Otis doesn't give up-wining the prize for stick-to-it-iveness.

The science fair is a huge deal, Nadine explained. Everyone brings in science projects. Is the science fair at a baseball stadium? The twins laughed and turned back around in their seats. The best project for every. But as the bus pulled up to school, I heard them whispering

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6 Total Resources 8 Books. Books by Nancy Poydar 8. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Nancy Poydar. The Biggest Test in the Universe. Rachel Parker, Kindergarten Show-Off. by Nancy Poydar and Ann M. Martin.

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No Fair Science Fair. I also liked this book because the teacher allowed the children to be creative when thinking of their own science project and he encouraged them along the way. I think that this is interesting because it displays the inquiry method of teaching, supporting the fact that asking questions are key in learning science. The last reason that I enjoyed this book is because the main character did not give up on his idea although there were some bumps along the way. He was even awarded in the end for sticking with it and being so positive.

Oh no! Otis needs a science fair project in a hurry.The problem is that all the good ideas are already taken and the judges will arrive on Friday. Luckily a blue jay outside the classroom window inspires Otis to make a bird feeder and observe which birds come to it. Even when other kids question the "scientificness" of his project and no birds come to the feeder, Otis doesn't give up--wining the prize for stick-to-it-iveness.