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Science Fair Spring 2017

Balloons, Vinegar, and Baking Soda

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Virtual Reality

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Aquariums

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Love versus Hate in the Growth of Mold in Rice

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Summer 2016 Science Fair

Oceanography for Kids

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Solar System

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Video Games and How They Affect Our Moods

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Science Fair January 2016

Types of Rocks

PLEO, Your Camarasaurus Pet

JuLY 2015 Science Fair

Thank you to all who participated and attended!

POTATO CLOCK

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WATER CYCLE

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IF I WERE AN ASTRONAUT, WHERE WOULD I GO?

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Spring 2015: Science Fair

RAINBOW Experiments

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CROW AND PITCHER: Volume Experiments

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BOO EXPERIMENTS: How High Will Boo Jump, How Long Will Boo Take to Eat, Which Will Boo Smell First Experiments

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School of the Minds Highlights 2013-2014

DIY

ENGINEERING

FILM

HISTORY: NOTABLES AT NOON

SCIENCE FAIR

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THE SECRETS OF THE SCIENTISTS

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What: a homeschool science fair

When: Monday, July 28th, 2014

Time:

9:30-10:30 Kindergartners to 5th Grade Presentations

10:45-11:45 6th to 12th Grade Presentations

Presentations will start promptly, so kindly arrive early to give you time to set up. We will have a laptop and a projector, should you need those. If you plan to use PowerPoint, please save your presentation on your memory stick as a 2007 PowerPoint document.

Where: Irmo, SC

Fee: FREE

Capacity: 10 presentations per age group (team presentations are welcome)

Preparation: students will create a 5-7 minute presentation on a topic related to science, technology and/or engineering (if kids choose to work together on a project, they get 5-7 minutes as a group to present)

Guidelines: 

For Research Based Presentations, include the following when appropriate:

A. Title

B. Statement of what was researched (i.e. topic) and why you chose it.

C. Research – history of subject matter, including key challenges faced by those creating the subject matter, current uses for subject matter and impact upon society.

D. Prediction – student envision as the future technology/use/design of the subject matter and the expected positive and negative consequences of this new technology on society.

E. Design Process – explanation of how the student would create the future version of the subject matter.

F. Conclusion. Why this subject matter is important to society and why the envisioned future version will have a greater impact on society.

For Experiment Presentations, include the scientific method:

A. A Question

B. Background Research

C. A Hypothesis

D. Test the Hypothesis,

E. Record and analyze the data and

F. Draw a conclusion.

Here are some examples of what we have done in the past.