Science Fair Project Guide
Intel Science and Engineering Fair 2017 Rules and Guidelines
All students need to complete forms 1, 1A, 1B, and the risk assessment form for their projects. Some projects involving vertebrate animals, humans, hazardous chemicals and devices or activities will require more paperwork to be completed. Check with your science teacher.
Log Book Set-up-Work in progress, but it will get you started!
This is a guide to setting up your logbook. It follows the instructions on page 5 of the guide book and gives you suggestions for how to put information into your logbook. it also shows you how to set up your logbook if you are using some of the additional resources below.
The following items can help you to come up with a project based on a simple topic idea like airplanes, strawberry plants, pendulums, etc.... You cannot use these if you already have a question in mind for your experiment. Be sure to print each of these worksheets out at 85% of thier normal size so that you can cut them out and glue each one into your logbook.
The following worksheets can be used in your porject logbook to help with organizing your research.
The links below are on-line sources that will help you to put your bibliography information in the correct format.
Procedural Plan Resources
For any chemical you are using, even if it is a common chemcial like dish soap, detergent or even vinegar you need an MSDS sheet for it. The MSDS sheet is the Materials Safety Data Sheet and can be found using a free search website like the one below. You need to print out the data sheet and include it with your procedural plan.
Data Collection/Analysis/ Conclusion
Below are some links and documents that will help you with creating data tables, graphs, writing about your data and the results of your experiment.
Links for making graphs online (Be sure to save your file!)
Science Fair Judging
Below are the rubrics and criteria that the judges use in the LAJH School Science Fair to Evaluate Projects.