Students choose their own topic for an inquiry science project.
Afterwards, they shared their projects with the class then we had a huge display in the school.
Do you want to teach the
science inquiry process and then hold a
Science Fair? If so, you might want
want to take a look at my fully editable science
fair project materials on Teachers pay Teachers.
The set includes everything you need to teach the
science inquiry process plus hold a science fair.
The structure and all forms are already created for you. These materials are great for grades 3-8. Forms are provided in MS Word and PDF formats so you can print and go or customize what you'd like. There are 91 pages in all.
The project is set up as a month-long homework project to be done during mid-April to Mid-May 2013 (but, again, you can modify the dates if you’d like).
The student direction
packet and student homework packets have calendar
and week by week due dates plus all recording sheets
needed by students. Power Point slide show
introduces the project to students. Included
is a sample guided science inquiry experiment with
teacher notes and student handouts, science fair
poster board templates for students who need a
little extra help and to allow for differentiation,
colorful wall posters teaching the steps of the
scientific process, award certificates to honor the
hard work and effort of EVERY child, memory book
reflection pages, and more.