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Science Nature & How It Works
  • Author:
    Janice VanCleave
  • ISBN:
    0613081226
  • ISBN13:
    978-0613081221
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  • Publisher:
    Turtleback Books (December 6, 1996)
  • Subcategory:
    Science Nature & How It Works
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Let Janice VanCleave help you create your own winning scienceproject Where can you find lots of interesting ideas? How do you begin a project? How can you create an eye-catching display? What can you do to impress the judges?

Let Janice VanCleave help you create your own winning scienceproject Where can you find lots of interesting ideas? How do you begin a project? How can you create an eye-catching display? What can you do to impress the judges? Discover the answers to these and other questions in this completeguide to winning science fair projects. Learn how to develop atopic from any idea.

VanCleave J. Let Janice VanCleave help you create your own winning science project

VanCleave J. Let Janice VanCleave help you create your own winning science project. Where can you find lots of interesting ideas?How do you begin a project?How can you create an eye-catching display?What can you do to impress the judges?Discover the answers to these and other questions in this complete guide to winning science fair projects. Learn how to develop a topic from any idea, and find out the best ways to create, assemble, and present projects - including special tips on how to display them.

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What are the do's and don'ts of science fair projects? Where will you find the best collection of science fair ideas? The answers-and the fun-are all in this exciting book of innovative, easy-to-understand, show-stopping science fair projects.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Describes how to complete and present a science fair project and offers suggestions for experiments in astronomy, biology, chemistry, math, and engineering.

Nalmergas
This book is REALLY good. Though it doesn't list but 50 ideas, it's great for information on the science fair project "process". Her book is divided into two parts. Part I is the process on how to organize and present your project. How to research for it, how to set up your display, where to categorize your project and so forth. Part II has project ideas with details on how to do it. She basically says to choose a topic, ask yourself "I wonder...". Her 50 "I wonder" ideas are in Part II.
While her ideas are good, I would've liked to have seen more variety, or a good list of "I wonder..." questions without all the details. Just to jump start more ideas. Like a list of 100 questions to ask yourself or something similar. The 50 ideas are great, but it needs more. A good list of questions would've made this book a 5 star.
If you're looking for a guide on how to DO a project, this book is for you.
Pad
I first saw this book in the library and decided I needed a copy of my own. I like it. I have two children in the age range targeted by this book - aged 12 and 10 - and a younger one I will use it with in the future.
We are using it in our classic-education style homeschool, and I find it a good tool for helping my children learn how to think, research their topic and write it all down. The book does not lay out every step of preparation for the projects, as previous reviewers may have expected, rather it gives a good basic and practical overview of the scientific method, and fifty topic ideas to spark the imagination of the child. It is not geared to the highschooler - VanCleave has other books that are for that purpose. The child still has to do the work themselves in putting the project together, and to my mind that is a large part of the value of the book. My children learn far more from their own research and experimentation than they do from following steps and copying the research of others. There were ideas in this book that I would like to try!
Virtual
This book is fun and educational if you are interested in performing a DEMONSTRATION regarding a scientific concept. The examples have nothing to do with conducting an EXPERIMENT that one would present at a Science Fair. The "problems" listed for each example can be answered by opening an encyclopia. Generally a problem/question that begins with the word, "how" can be answered in such a way. The purpose of a science fair is to conduct ORIGINAL experiments involving an experimental group and a control group. There are other guide books on the market that take a more scientific approach and steer the student in the right direction.
Funny duck
I bought this book in hopes of finding a good science fair project that could "bring home the gold." But all that I found was a kids science book that showed you what happened to fruit-flies in the light and other stupid stuff like that. It was nowhere near what I expected in such a highly reffered book. If you are looking for a good science project for someone above the age of 10 I would not recomend this book!
~SammieG~ -shibby!
Varshav
When I read this book, it was very useful to me because I was doing a Science Fair Project and this helped a lot. I have also read lots of other Janice Vancleave books. they were just as fantastic as this one. I think lots of you people would read more Janice Vancleave books if they read one before. This book will really help you at a Science fair.
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Is a good book if you"re looking for ideas for your science fair. The book give you a complete guide step by step and a lot of project's ideas you can choose from.