Ask any parent, and you’ll find that one of the most challenging parts of elementary school is the science project. Many schools require participation in a science fair, and most of those insist on an experiment based project.
A parent must find a science project that
1. Is easy for a child to understand.
2. Doesn’t cost a fortune.
3. Has easy to find materials.
4. Is truly an experiment.
5. Can be graphed.
6. Actually works!
We’ve searched in stores and online, and found these projects are hard to find!
That’s why we were thrilled to come across 24 Hour Science Project guides. These guides are packages of five easy to do experiments that can be done quickly, inexpensively, and to the specifications of most science fair guidelines. They have charts and graphs that are pre-formatted, saving you hours of time and frustration. But most importantly, they can be done by your children, with you as a helper.
Take a look at what 24 Hour Science Projects has to offer. Just think – you can be finished with your project by this time tomorrow!