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Useful Links

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Intel International Science and Engineering Fair:

Science Service administers the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. All of the Intel ISEF forms are available for pdf downloading.

The EDUZONE Science Links:
vThe education site has a good resource link page that has rated the links it provides. The page gives a variety of research options from a more specific Science Fair Research page providing links to all types of science related sites to the National Student Research Center that contains a large collection of research projects from student researchers across the country.

Science News for Kids is a great web site that has lots of information that students and teachers may like to peruse.  Try the Science Fair Zone site as a gateway to interesting topics:

Exploratorium in San Francisco

Resource Book List

Science Fair and Projects Grades 7-12
Published by the National Science Teachers Association
1840 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 243-7100
Suggestions involving students in science projects, guiding parents in their child's investigation. Includes sections on Planning Ahead, The What, Why, and How of Projects, A Fair Evaluation, and Beyond the Science Fair.

How to Prepare a Science Fair Project
Published by United Learning
6633 W. Howard St., Niles, IL 60648 (708) 647-0600
Provides teacher and student guides, which include sample forms, sample long-range schedule, ideas for science fair projects, judges score sheet, and certificate of accomplishment. Also includes handy videotape.

1001 Ideas for Science Projects
Published by Prentice Hall General Reference
5 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023 (800) 288-4745
Hundreds of stimulating, project ideas for students, from middle school to college, and their teachers. Informative and easy to follow, covers every area of science.

Science For Kids: 39 Easy Animal Biology Experiments
Published by TAB Books
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17294-0850
Learn about a wide assortment of animals while studying such topics as anatomy, life cycles, hibernation, and sensory perception.

Science Fair: Developing a Successful and Fun Project
Published by TAB Books
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17294-0850
An excellent guide for students with minimal adult supervision, which provides easy-to-follow instructions on step-by-step of project preparation insturctions to include from choosing a topic, defining the problem, setting up and conducting the experiment, drawing conclusions to setting up display.

Not Just Another Science Fair: A Handbook and More for Science Fair Organizers
Published by Good Year Books
Scott Forestman, 1900 East Lake Ave., Glenview, IL 60025
Provides a set of resources that discusses how to organize community science fairs and how to do science experiments, and provides organizational materials and charts.

How to Implement the Science Fair Self-Help Development Program in Schools
Published by David Menicucci, Science Fair Facilitator
Sandia National Laboratories, Organ.6216 Albuquerque, NM 87185 (505) 844-03077
A complete self-explanatory, instructional, and motivational guide for teachers, fair directors, judges, etc., to assist with the promotion, preparation, and activities of a science fair.

The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects (Revised Edition)
Published by John Wiley & Sons
605 Third Ave., New York, NY 10168- 0012 (800) 225-5945
Useful information and hints on how to design, conduct, and present a science project. An excellent resource for students looking for ideas.

Computers: 49 Science Fair Projects
Published by TAB Books
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17294-0850
Step-by-step science fair projects using fundamental techniques of computer operation and basic programming.

Zinj Magazine
Published by Zinj Education Project
Historic Rio Grande Depot, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Great for elementary students getting a head start in science. Includes science information from learning about the ways of ancient populations to dinosaurs.




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