Do you -
- Ask questions about the world around you?
- Build things with Erector® sets, LEGO®, or K’Nex®?
- Enjoy gardening and working with plants?
- Watch nature programs on television about different animals and how they live?
- Like science-fiction stories about spaceships that travel to other planets?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you are a budding scientist! You should participate in the Steele Elementary Science Fair! Click here for more information.
Science Fair – Key Dates!
Click here to see the 2020 Steele Science Fair winners!
The Steele Science Fair will be held on January 30, 2020. Below are key dates:
Science Fair Important Dates
- December 3, 5:30 PM in Room 308 – Student/Parent Info and Help Session
- December 18, 3:10 PM in Room 308 – Project Help Session
- December 20 – Deadline to enter name for participation (name, grade, teacher, and parent email sent to SteeleScienceFair@gmail.com)
- January 14, 2020 – Project titles due
- January 30, 2020 – Steele Science Fair! Projects judged during school hours. Winners announced at the end of the day. Find out more details here.
- January 30, 3:00-5:30 pm – Science Fair Open House
- February 8 – District Science Fair at the Ritchie Center on DU’s campus.
See below for DPS links and guidelines.
Below are some links from DPS that could be helpful during the creation of your science fair project. The only form that is necessary is the DISPLAY BOARD LABEL, that needs to be attached to the BACK of your project board: upper left corner. This file can be printed from the guideline packet below. There will also be some at the schools front office. The judging rubric (also below) is a nice way to see how our judges and the districts will score the projects.
K-5 Science fair DPS guidelines packet:
The DPS science fair website updated for 2017:
Online sites to help you continue your scientific exploration and practice are:
- Science Buddies - this site has an online quiz that can help your student decide on an area of interest, a level of difficulty and make suggestions for projects (including supply lists) – A Parent’s BEST buddy!
- Science Fair Central - a nice step-by-step guide to going from idea to submission
- 40 cool science experiments - a fun list of all different projects – at all different levels
- Thirst for Science - some videos to get the creative juices flowing
- Car and Vehicle Science Experiments – experiments focusing on ideas of motion and rest, force and friction, and action and reaction
- The Science Behind Glass – experiments with glass
- Junior Handyman’s Toolkit – Classroom Projects, Essentials and Checklists
- Engineering Games and Projects