Discovery.com provides students with a complete overview of the science fair process, as well as a suggested reading list and Internet links for further information. The site also provides resources for teachers and parents, such as lessons plans, and advice on motivating children.
Need help starting and planning a science project? This website takes you through the steps to create a science fair project and provides tips on the presentation and display of your creation.
This resource guide helps you with your science fair project every step of the way. It includes links to a variety of science sites and an Ask the Expert section where you can e-mail scientists with questions about your project.
Science buddies boasts over 1,000 ideas for science fair projects. You can use the Topic Selection Wizard to find an idea that fits your grade level, time frame, and interests.
Science fair project ideas for elementary, middle, and high school students are listed according to type of science, such as zoology and psychology. Follow the links for science jokes and science trivia.
This site provides numerous science fair project ideas related to earthquakes, as well as earthquake learning links and online activities.
A comprehensive guide, written by a science fair judge, to building your science fair project.
Search for a specific science fair or browse through the extensive list that the site provides, organized by region and state.