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1 2016 Science Fair Handbook Grades K 6 Information provided by the employees of CREW Technical Services An Engineering and Information Technology Consulting Company based in Indianapolis, Indiana

5 Scientific Method 1. Start with a question. 2. Plan an experiment (or a survey). A survey acceptable when you a question such as Do kids who live with people who smoke have more asthma than kids who live with people who don t smoke? Then you ask your classmates two questions, do you live with someone who smokes? and do you have asthma? You need to collect A LOT of data for a question like this. Collect the answers to your questions, plus any other data that might be relative (age, gender, etc.) 3. Test only one variable. Variables are the things that you change in an experiment. 4. Keep it simple. 5. Have a control group! A control group is a way of proving that your results were not affected by other factors. For example if you are testing which fertilizer makes tomato plants grow faster, you should have one tomato plant that is not fertilized at all. This will show how fast a tomato plant grows without fertilizer. Also, if the tested plants die but the unfertilized plants do not, you could conclude that you over fertilized the test plants. 6. At least five objects in each group! In the experiment described in #5 you should have at least five tomato plants fertilized with each type of fertilizer and five in the control group. For you experiment to be statistically valid you should have at least five objects in each group. However, the more data you collect the more valid your results should be. Surveys should contain at least 50 subjects more if possible. 7. If possible, test five times. Don t assume that the first results you get are accurate. If you can, do it over again, then again. For the tomato plant and fertilizer experiment you don t have to re-test, just make sure that you have at least five plants in each group and then test over many days! Thirty day would be a minimum amount of time for an experiment like this. 8. Control everything that you can! Perform you experiment exactly the same each time. Only teat one variable at a time (for example in the experiment described in #5 above you must change only the type of fertilizer that each plant receives. You should keep the amount water, sun and fertilizer EXACTLY the same for each tomato plant. The plants must be the same size, variety and type when you start and must be planted in the exact same container with the same type of soil. This will prove that it is the type of fertilizer that effected the difference in growth nothing else). (Continued on next page)

9 Science Fair Information Sheet Please return this sheet to Mrs. Lester s mailbox by Wednesday, April 6, The Science Fair will be held on Tuesday, April 12, Projects are due in by 8:15 a.m. that morning. Please pick up projects up by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 15, Student name Grade Teacher Title of Project Brief Description of Project Is this a group project? Yes No (No more than 2 students per group) If yes, please list the name of the other student (Every participant must turn in a signed information sheet) Parent/Guardian Signature

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