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Just the thought of organizing a science fair for an elementary or middle school can seem overwhelming. The author has uncovered numerous ways to ensure the smooth operation of a school science fair. In her description of the start-to-finish operation of a science fair at an elementary school, Fort, offers advice on everything from deciding what a science project actually is, to picking the judges, to conducting a science fair wrap-up. This free selection includes the Table of Contents and Introduction section.
Implementing noncompetitive alternatives to the science fair, such as expos, carnivals, and festivals, can increase student, family, and community involvement.
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