April 23, 2020, 5:00-7:00pm

Steam Fair Logo
What is the STEAM Fair & Expo?

STEAM Fair & Exposition is an event designed to generate interest and excitement for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics!  While students may participate with their own projects in the STEAM Fair, the Exposition itself will offer a venue to connect with local enrichment professionals and show how STEAM is used in fun ways every day to better our communities!

  • STEAM Fair Project Showcase
  • Hands-on STEAM Activities
  • Grow your own Garden Contest
  • Lincoln Band Performance
  • Come watch Dr. DeMicco get slimed
  • Food Trucks

… And More!

*No Project Necessary

First Step

Review STEAM Fair Participation Guidelines and “Dos & Don’ts.”

Display Boards on Sale

Starting March 23rd and while supplies last, display boards will be available for purchase in the office. Cost is $5. Exact change only.


Registrations due! Registration is required by this date to ensure student receives participation prize!


7:30am – 8:10am Come to the gym and set up your display board. Make sure the Lab Report Form is filled out and attached!
5:00pm – 7:00pm STEAM Fair & Expo is open house style – come amaze your parents, friends and community with your project discoveries!

FRIDAY | April 24th

Clean-Up | All projects remaining at 3pm will be recycled.


The STEAM 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 chose their own project, complete it at home and create a presentation board
  • Projects must be registered NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, APRIL 17
  • All participants must complete a Lab Report Form and attach to your project
  • All Grades invited to participate
  • All SIXTH Graders required to participate
  • Students can work alone or in teams of up to 4 students
  • ALL participants receive a prize and recognition
Science Fair Application
  • Buy Science Fair Boards for $5 at Lincoln’s main office after March 23rd.

  • All projects must be displayed on a Science Fair Board, with the Lab Report 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’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.

Questions? – Contact Carrie Fritz at bcfritz@verizon.net