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The Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair

Science-Technology-Engineering-Math 

Inquiry-Based Learning at its Best! 

Welcome to the Fair

   

 

COVID-19 UPDATE


FOR 2020, THERE WILL BE NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY PARK

THE FAIR WILL BE 100% E-FAIR

SEE HOME PAGE FOR "HOW TO" VIDEO AND UPLOAD BUTTONS

 

2020 SF pic of sample 4th grade projects


 

UPLOAD LIMIT - FOR 2021

LIMIT OF 10 PAGES FOR LOGBOOK (CAN BE PDF OR WORD DOC)
AND 10 PAGES FOR DISPLAY OR POSTER (CAN BE POWERPOINT OR PDF)

 


Your Project Board

Your display (project board) is a visual representation of your topic and research. For 2021, projects will be submitted electronically.  You can make up a traditional science fair board and take photos to submit; or, you can submit as a powerpoint presentation with items that are normally on your poster board that you will put into a powerpoint presentation.  In order to create a display that presents your topic and findings as clearly as possible, we suggest you:

  1. Label the sections and arrange them logically.
  2. Include: background information, problem, hypothesis, procedure, results and conclusions.
  3. Photos:  use photographs to show the procedure (no identifying faces in photos - you may cover faces with a sticker).
  4. Printing:  Use large, bold printing or typing.
  5. Color-code the studies variables.
  6. Reference your logbook for critical information or data.
  7. Acknowledge those who advised, assisted you, or wrote your log book for kindergarten and those not able to do so. Do this in general terms such as my teacher or my parent, etc.
  8. Computer-generated materials are acceptable for the display board.
  9. How will you be judged?  Review the scoring rubric - make sure you have all the  components for a blue ribbon project!

NOTE: It is important the identity of anyone involved in the project NOT be on the display or in the logbook, nor should your school or district name or identity be present.

Note:  For the NEW Research Paper Division, you will not have a display.  You will submit a 5 page paper (double spaced).

Display Rules

The following display rules ensure safety for the viewer, prevent the loss of students’ valuable or valued items, and assure equity of display area and compliance with federal regulations:


Project Display

Display Card is not required for 2021 as all projects will be submitted electronically.

Super Shopper

Are you looking for a display board? Sometimes your school will order boards in bulk.   You can also find the boards locally at stores like:   Office Depot ($7.99 each), Walmart ($8.95) and Target (3.25) (Prices from internet - may vary in stores). 

gold dollar signSaving Tip: 
Science Fair boards are available at:
Dollar Tree - boards for $1
Michael's for $6.50; however, go to their app on your phone (Michaels coupons) and take advantage of their "one item only 40% or 50% discount."  If you have more than one child, purchase the boards separately to take advantage of the discount.

FOR 2021, YOU DO NOT NEED A POSTER BOARD, YOU WILL SUBMIT PROJECT ELECTRONICALLY AND WILL SUBMIT 2 FILES:  A POWER POINT OR PDF FOR THE PROJECT AND A WORD DOC OR PDF FOR THE LOGBOOK.

Questions

If you have questions, contact your school science teacher. 
If you need further assistance, contact
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Fair Director, Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair 314-533-8291