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Science Fairs

What is a Science Fair?

A science fair is the culmination of material and methods taught in the classroom. Students work in groups to investigate a question that can be answered experimentally. After collecting and analyzing their data, they produce a display of their research.  
Making observations inspires students to ask scientific questions.

Students design an experiment to test which type of onion makes you cry the most.

The Science Fair is an opportunity for students to present and discuss their research.


Sample Posters:  100% authentic student work.
Students learn how to collect, record, and analyze data.

Students summarize their research in a scientific poster.

Keynote Speaker at the 2011 Ariel School Science Fair in Raanana, Minister of Science and Technology, Rabbi Daniel Hershkovitz, PhD

 
When students take ownership of their learning, the sky's the limit!