Tuesday, March 19th 2024 6:30-8:00 PM

Everyone (K-5th grade) is invited to participate! Presentations will not be judged, but all participants will have the opportunity to present their project to a mentor and enter into a raffle for a prize.

Registration is due by March 12th and must include a project title and description.

Students can create a project alone or as part of a group of 2 or 3 students. Students who register by March 3rd will receive a free tri-fold presentation board (one per team).

Students: You will have the opportunity to present a traditional Science Fair project by conducting an experiment using the Scientific Method or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) project using the Engineering Design Process. STEM projects can include the investigation of phenomenon or an engineered solution to a problem, a real world connection, focus on learning rather than a product, or presenting a video, coding project, model, or prototype. 

Talk to your teacher and parents about topics that interest you. With your parents' help, visit the library or search the internet for ideas to find a topic that interests you and determine what you will need to do to complete your project. 

Examples of books

available at the local library:

Ace your (biology, chemistry, space etc.)  science fair projects by Robert Gardner

Bridges with 25 science projects for kids by Jennifer Swanson

Science experiments at home: discover the science in everyday life by Susan Martineau

Maker Lab: 28 Super Cool Projects: Build, Invent, and Create by Jack Challoner

Potential websites of interest:






Parents: A project does not need to be complex or complicated or time consuming.  Participation with even a simple project can be a great experience for the students, so please consider encouraging your student to join in.

Questions? Please feel free to contact:

Jim Bogan (jbogan@gmail.com)


Once you select a project, start working!  If you are experimenting, form a hypothesis, test it, record the results, and draw conclusions. Construct a model, illustrate an invention or demonstrate your STEM concept in a creative way.

Display your project on a tri-fold board.  They can be bought at any office supply or craft store.

***Please note: the above display is an example; your project may not match exactly***

(The research paper is not required)


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