Item description for Science Fair Success Secrets: How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist by Bill Haduch & Philip Scheuer...
This book is for anyone who wants to excel at a school science fair. It gives complete guidance for every stage of a successful project, from brainstorming ideas to final presentation. More than a "recipe-style" science fair book, this work promotes the understanding of real science.
Twenty prizewinning projects from top national competitions are included: How to make the best chocolate-chip cookies-scientifically! Do lefties have slower reaction times than right-handers? Does grass grow faster if you cut it short? And more!
Kids will love the hip, engaging text, filled with fascinating trivia and wacky science jokes, as well as the very funny illustrations. Solid science presented in a compelling manner makes this a stellar addition to the category.
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Studio: Dutton Juvenile
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.14" Width: 8" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.98 lbs.
Release Date Nov 11, 2002
Publisher Dutton Juvenile
ISBN 0525465340 ISBN13 9780525465348 UPC 050553010995
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 23, 2017 12:36.
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More About Bill Haduch & Philip Scheuer
Bill Haduch is a husband, father, musician, bicyclist, electrician, handyman, backpacker, skyscraper window-washer, canoeist, newspaper reporter, skier, corporate science writer, welder, advertising & public relations executive, cook, school assembly speaker, British sports car enthusiast, magazine writer, brewer, community volunteer, entrepreneur and children's author.
He grew up in Pennsylvania's hard-coal country, earned a writing degree from the University of Pittsburgh where he began his career, traveled throughout Europe and the Caribbean and worked in New York City. He now lives in Central New Jersey, exactly one hour from the ocean, the mountains, New York and Philadelphia.
He's written books for Planet Dexter, Discovery Kids and Dutton Children's Books. When he's not doing that, he's often writing about science, technology and/or health care for companies like AT&T, Siemens, Pfizer and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Reviews - What do customers think about Science Fair Success Secrets: How to Win Prizes, Have Fun, and Think Like a Scientist?
It's About Time! Jul 1, 2004
Finally - a book on science experiments that follows the scientic method for a traditional science fair. This is an excellent resource for any teacher (or student) involved in a science project that uses the scientific process. This book offers 20 engaging project ideas in a very user friendly format. Each project page shares the following:
1. The project title 2. The problem in the form of a question 3. An example hypothesis 4. A list of steps to follow for the procedure 5. Conclusion statement 6. How the information can be used for real world application
Although this is a great read for students, it can also be a great place for teachers to spark ideas within their students (without necessarily sharing the book with them).