Science Wonders 2018
Included in this packet:
- Steps for getting started
- Examples of demonstrations and experiments
- Library and Internet resources
- Las Lomitas science wonders from last year
- Display guidelines
Calling all Las Lomitas Students!
Science Wonders: Student Science Fair 2018
6:00 – 8:00 PM - Wednesday, May 02
Cano Hall, Las Lomitas Elementary School
What is Science Wonders?
Science Wonders is a science fair event to encourage your children to be inquisitive about the world around them, as well as an opportunity to have FUN while sharing the joy of discovery with the school community.
Where do we start?
Step 1: Ask a question! Think of something that excites or interests you.
Step 2: Think of how you can find an answer to your question (hint: there are many great books in the Las Lomitas Library and on websites listed in the Student and Parent Guide at the URL above).
Step 3: Write down your ideas and develop a plan to present your “science wonder” to your schoolmates.
Will my child’s project be judged?
This is a recreational, voluntary activity, designed to be NON-COMPETITIVE and child-driven. Please do this activity with your child after their schoolwork assignments or on weekends. There will be no judging or class merit for participation, but each child will receive a certificate for completing a science fair project.
Can we still come if we don’t participate this year?
Yes! Everyone is welcome to come to the event and view all the creative ideas that Las Lomitas students bring to life at Science Wonders.
How do I sign up?
In order to help us coordinate, send an RSVP email to Scott & Dawn Smithson at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 27. Please include the student's name, grade and teacher in your RSVP. Thank you!
KEY DATES AND TIMES
2:00 – 5:00PM, Wednesday, May 02
Students bring in and set up their project displays in Cano Hall.
6:00 – 8:00PM, WEdnesday, May 02
Students, friends and family are invited to view all projects.
2:00 – 4:00PM, Thursday, May 03
Students remove their projects from Cano Hall.
What will YOU wonder about this year?