Science Fair

Friday, June 1, 2018
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(set-up at 3:45 p.m.)

It is time to decide if your child/children will participate in the Loring Community School Annual Science Fair. As always, this event is voluntary. Children may work as a group or as an individual on a project. Brothers and sisters may work together on one project or each can do their own. High Five through fifth grade students are all invited to be a part of the Science Fair.  Parents are encouraged to assist their children as they do their project. This is something that children and their parents do at home.

Some ideas for science projects are: plants, frogs, planets, moons, stars, oceans, deserts, mountains, volcanoes, hurricanes, telescopes, microscopes, dogs, cats, bats, wolves, sharks, fish, snails, insects, mammals, airplanes, submarines, radars, sonar, flowers, dietary requirements, air, weather, rocks, magnets, machines, cars, tools, wheels, ramps, skeletons, muscles, organs, eyes, ears, noses, hearts, stomachs, and any of the multitude of famous scientists. For more ideas, check out the science links on the right sidebar.

To begin a science fair project, your child will need to decide what topic they would like to study and learn more about in science. Then they should begin to research information about their topic.  We also have a science fair presentation checklist ✓

Please fill out and return the science fair registration form by May 18th. The science fair registration form will also be sent home in the Wednesday Folders.