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eBook Science Fair Success Secrets: How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist epub

by Philip Scheuer,Bill Haduch

eBook Science Fair Success Secrets: How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist epub
  • ISBN: 0525465340
  • Author: Philip Scheuer,Bill Haduch
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile; 1 edition (November 11, 2002)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1268 kb
  • FB2 size 1192 kb
  • Formats azw lrf docx lrf


In this lively book, Haduch offers an excellent introduction to science fairs. Finally - a book on science experiments that follows the scientic method for a traditional science fair.

In this lively book, Haduch offers an excellent introduction to science fairs. After noting that a well-designed project gives the student a taste of actually doing science, he explains what the scientific method means in practical terms that will be useful to middle-schoolers. In other words, he doesn't start off by discussing the concept of a hypothesis; rather, he encourages a process of curious inquiry leading to questions that can be usefully addressed by a science fair experiment.

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Haduch, Bill; Scheuer, Philip, il. Explains the scientific method and describes a variety of actual science fair projects in such fields as engineering, botany, behavioral science, and chemistry.

Haduch, Bill; Scheuer, Philip, ill. Publication date. Science projects, Science projects, Science, Experiments. New York : Dutton Children's Books.

Secrets : How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist. This book is for anyone who wants to excel at a school science fair.

Science Fair Success Secrets : How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist. It gives complete guidance for every stage of a successful project, from brainstorming ideas to final presentation. More than a "recipe-style" science fair book, this work promotes the understanding of real science.

Science fair success secrets. How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist. by Bill Haduch & illustrated by Philip Scheuer.

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science fair book, this work promotes the understanding of real science and think like a scientist, by Bill Haduch ; illustrated by Philip Scheuer.

More than a "recipe-style" science fair book, this work promotes the understanding of real science. Science fair success secrets : how to win prizes, have fun, and think like a scientist, by Bill Haduch ; illustrated by Philip Scheuer. Published November 11, 2002 by Dutton Juvenile.

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The book was fun: a clever and entertaining introduction to basic logical thinking and maths. John Moffat Professor Emeritus in Physics University of Toronto.

Complete with science jokes, amusing illustrations, and twenty prizewinning projects from national competitions, a science fair book offers helpful tips and practical advice for developing and presenting a successful project.
Comments: (3)
Maldarbaq
I first checked this book out from the library, but then had to come to Amazon and buy it when I saw how great it was. It really helped my daughter think through her project this year; it is a reference I will want to have around the house as my other children get old enough to do their own science fair projects.

This fantastic book is humorous and fun, but at the same time it helps the student and the student's parent understand the place of science in the science fair. I appreciated the many real-life examples (often award winners) of students who came up with projects based on real life questions or problems they had.

The book demonstrates how to use scientific thinking to turn a real life question into a real life project. This book may not be as strong on practical tips for how to make an arresting science fair display, but it is very strong on how to come up with your own unique project and think scientifically about it. Every student spending time preparing for the fair ought to read this book.
GWEZJ
This is by far the best science fair book you could ever hope to find. It's not a list of science fair projects; it's a primer on how to do science. (The last part of the book, however, does have several winning projects highlighted.)
It starts off with having your kid ask him/herself just what interests them. What are they curious about? From there it goes through the process needed to satisfy that curiousity while at the same time turning it into a science fair project.
There are sections on requirements like building a hypothesis, getting references, etc. as well as emphasis on controls and variables. It stresses the importance of not just doing the science, but communicating what the student has learned from the process. It's all written in a very kid-friendly style, that's fun to read as an adult as well.
I bought two copies: one for me and one for my son's science teacher.
Elildelm
Finally - a book on science experiments that follows the scientic method for a traditional science fair. This is an excellent resource for any teacher (or student) involved in a science project that uses the scientific process. This book offers 20 engaging project ideas in a very user friendly format. Each project page shares the following:
1. The project title
2. The problem in the form of a question
3. An example hypothesis
4. A list of steps to follow for the procedure
5. Conclusion statement
6. How the information can be used for real world application
Although this is a great read for students, it can also be a great place for teachers to spark ideas within their students (without necessarily sharing the book with them).
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