Web Sites

Web Sites

Remember, if you use an idea that you got from a website, make sure you make it your own!

  • Science Buddies   Hands-on scientific investigations are acknowledged to be the best way to teach science literacy. Science Buddies supports these activities by providing free science fair project ideas, answers, and tools to teachers, parents, and students from all walks of life. Our objective is to save our users’ time while guiding them to a successful outcome.By reducing the hassles of doing a science fair project, Science Buddies aspires to improve project quality and increase science fair participation, turning a good learning experience into a great one.
  • Science Fair Project Ideas Education.com has assembled a vast collection of science fair project ideas written by science teachers, professional scientists, and educational consultants on popular science fair topics ranging from physics and chemistry to biology and even sociology. We offer free science fair ideas suitable for every grade level, be it preschool, kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, or high school. Check the boxes in the sidebar to filter your results, or use the search bar to find that perfect science fair project or experiment your child will be sure to love.
  • SMARTS The Student Mentorship Association Regarding Technology and Science (SMARTS) is a student-run program within Youth Science Canada that promotes science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) opportunities among students in Grades 7 through 12.
  • The Archimedes Initiative.Through interviews with students at both regional and national science fairs, this site explores all aspects of doing a science fair project.
  • Smarter Science   An initiative by Mike Newnham emphasizing Project Based Science with support for the Elementary Grades. This site is for teachers.
    • In the videos are students talking to students . . .
    • Why should I do a project?
    • How do I choose my project?
    • How do I design my experiments, collect and analyze data, come to conclusions?
    • How do I deal with judges?
    • What do I do when I run into a problem?
    • What is it like working in a team?
  • National Ethics Committee Youth Science Canada This committee is responsible for ensuring that any project that involves the participation of humans, or the use of animals, follows both modern ethical principles, and the laws of Canada. These principles are complex, so be sure to visit this site if your project involves either humans or animal.
  • CurioCity CurioCity is a science initiative that is specifically intended for Canadian youth! Searching through science resources, we quickly realized that the current information available is either geared towards young children or is overly technical and abstract. Our goal is to show you how science is a part of every aspect of your life, so our features focus specifically on your interests and activities. From current events, sports, arts & entertainment, health issues to the household items you use every day, we reveal science in areas you may never have thought of before!