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by Julianne Blair Bochinski

Download The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects (Wiley Science Editions) eBook
ISBN:
0471527289
Author:
Julianne Blair Bochinski
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Education & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons Inc (February 1991)
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224 pages
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More Award-winning Science Fair Projects" by the same author, similar format, green/blue/orange cover - but different . If you're looking for a science fair project and are not sure what to do, I highly recommend this book. It has 50 real award-winning science projects from real students.

One person found this helpful. Some of them are kind of complicated because they come from the International Science Fair, but there are many that are good for kids in grades 6-9. The only thing is that the author provides summary questions and does not provide the answers or outcomes to the projects.

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Developing a science fair project from the ground up can be a daunting .

Developing a science fair project from the ground up can be a daunting task-and today's science fairs are more competitive than ever before. JULIANNE BLAIR BOCHINSKI is a former science fair contestant, award winner, and judge, as well as the author of The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects and More Award-Winning Science Fair Projects, both from Wiley. She is a now an intellectual property attorney who is very active in science fairs.

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by Julianne Blair Bochinski. -Booklist "Useful information and hints on how to design, conduct, and present a science project. -School Library Journal Having trouble finding.

She is now an intellectual property law attorney and a member of the board for the Connecticut State science fair. Дополнительное описание: Кол-во ст. 240 Формат: 256 x 177 x 25 Дата издания: 2003 Илюстрации: Illustrations Вес: 424 Круг читателей: children; secondary

Each year hundreds of thousands of students, nationwide, participate in science fairs. Consequently, students are always on the lookout for good project ideas. This book offers students--grades 7 and up--50 award-winning projects from actual fairs (described in detail with accompanying illustrations) and a total soup-to-nuts guide.
  • The Apotheoses of Lacspor
If you're looking for a science fair project and are not sure what to do, I highly recommend this book. It has 50 real award-winning science projects from real students. Some of them are kind of complicated because they come from the International Science Fair, but there are many that are good for kids in grades 6-9. The only thing is that the author provides summary questions and does not provide the answers or outcomes to the projects. But apparently that was the author's intention so that kids will learn something and not copy the projects. Otherwise, a very helpful book.
  • Thozius
I originally borrowed this book from the public library for my 5th graders' projects. I've borrowed probably a dozen different books and none of them left any lasting impression. I decided to purchase this one, thinking we'll get a few years worth of projects out of it. This has a nice variety of physics, biology, health science, energy and more. They are real experiments vs the "demonstrations" that I seem to find in most other science fair books.

I take points off for not emphasizing the concept of "control' more thoroughly, and for not providing any real world applications for the knowledge gained (my pet peeve with science projects in general, not just with this book).

Probably wouldn't recommend it for under 4th grade level, but there are projects that are simple enough for a 4th grade experiment (like shape and viscous effect or period of motion for a pendulum)and I'd say it could even carry a student into or through High School, and/or plant the seeds for their own variations on the outlined projects.
  • Androlhala
I have always been a fan of this book and its practical easy to use format. This is the one book that tells it like it is, if entering a science fair project in a state or regional science fair. However, readers should be aware that this title has been completely revised and updated in 2004 by Bochinski and is better than ever with much information, so I would get that edition instead, that is, "The Complete Handbook of Science Fair Projects, Newly Revised and Updated," it is the orange/yellow/blue cover - also while you're at it be sure to get "More Award-winning Science Fair Projects" by the same author, similar format, green/blue/orange cover - but different and very interesting projects, check it out.
  • Golden freddi
Being the bookworm that I am, I highly recommend this bewitching title containing spells, charms and recipes for 50 prize winning science fair projects. There is also a nice list of 500 topics that can be used to get ideas from which means that I always have plenty to work with and am ready to move forward with any project straight away! I keep it as a handy reference guide next to "Hogwarts, a History."
  • Tamesya
It helped alot by giving good examples of winning projects!!!!!!!!!!!!