Want to win a blue ribbon at the next science fair? Check out this guide for experiment ideas, scientific methodology & more.
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2012
Browse the library's science books.
Or use these keywords to start your own search!
Looking for teacher-approved websites? Look no further!
But don't forget to get out your library card; you're going to need it!
- Science Online
Facts on File’s Science Online covers major topics in science and technology, and includes news articles, printable diagrams, videos, etc.
Browse through science fair & project ideas.
- Oxford Reference Online
Search or browse through biology, ecology & other science dictionaries.
- World Book: Science Fair Experiments
Find science project and experiment ideas for long term and last minute projects. Check out How to Do a Science Project for tips on selecting a science fair topic, working safely, taking measurements, and preparing your science report.
- Bill Nye (TV Series)
Fun and quirky explanations of scientific phenomenon for a variety of topics, including magnetism, light & color, storms, music, etc.
- Science & Children (magazine)
For elementary school students.
- Science World/Current Science (magazine)Edit/Delete
Primarily for kids in grades 6 thru 12, Science World explores all aspects of science, including physical science, life science/health, earth and space science, environmental science, and technology.
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