2018 Science Fair

Thursday, February 7, 2019

4-6pm in the Lincoln Gym

The Science Fair is not a competition – it is a FUN opportunity for kids to learn about science, the scientific method and how to prepare and organize a project! Students will choose their own projects, complete them at home, and create a visual display board to share at the Science Fair. Students can work alone or with up to 4 team members.

Registration is due NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 2019

So put your thinking caps on, and get ready to show off your scientific expertise! ALL GRADES are invited to participate (required for 6th Grade). Everyone who participates will get a “Science Fair” prize.

Details

All Grades invited to participate

All SIXTH Graders required to participate

NOT a Competition

Teams of up to 4 students allowed

ALL participants receive a prize and recognition

Registration

Science Fair Application
Sending

IMPORTANT DATES & INFO

FIRST STEP
~Review Science Fair Guidelines provided on the Lincoln PTA Science Fair Web Page.

ON SALE AT LINCOLN AFTER HOLIDAY BREAK
~Science Fair Boards available for purchase in the office. Boards cost $5, exact change is appreciated!
Office will not have change available!

Friday | Feb 1st
~Registration Due! Turn in to your Teacher or leave in the box located inside the front office. (Registration is required by this date to ensure student receives participation prize!)

Thursday | Feb 7th
~7:30am – 8:10am Come to the gym and set up your display board. Make sure your board is labeled with your name!
4:00pm – 6:00pm Science Fair is open house style – come amaze your parents, friends and community with your project discoveries!

FRIDAY | Feb 8th
~Clean-Up | All projects remaining at 3pm will be recycled

2018-2019 SCIENCE FAIR COORDINATOR:

DO’s
  • Buy Science Fair Boards for $5 at Lincoln’s main office after the holiday break.

  • All projects must be displayed on a Science Fair Board, with the Informational form attached (provided in applications).

  • All projects should have a title, a designed board, hypothesis, and conclusion.

  • Some may include experimentation- several documented attempts (photos of), data, and conclusion.

  • Working to find projects with parents on ‘google’ etc. encouraged.

DON’Ts

  • DON’T bring any liquids.

  • DON’T bring any glass.

  • DON’T bring live animals.

  • DON’T use/bring caustic, dangerous, or super-messy chemicals.

  • DON’T plan on doing a demonstration.

  • DON’T bring anything needing electricity.  Electricity WILL NOT be available.