# Science Fair Project Type your project title here Your name Period # Miss Gregory Chenango Forks Middle School.

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Science Fair Project Type your project title here Your name Period # Miss Gregory Chenango Forks Middle School

Project Overview Type a brief overview or summary of your project here.

Background Information/Research Copy and paste from Microsoft Word or type your research information here.

Hypothesis Based on the research you have done, you will be writing an answer or solution – your best educated guess – to your question. Make sure you write down your hypothesis before you begin your experiment. My hypothesis is: If I __________________ in my experiment, then_______________.

Variables  Manipulated (Independent) variable: The one variable that you purposely change and test.  This is:  Responding( Dependent) variable: The measureable variable (usually is a number).  This is:  Constants: These are the things that are kept the same throughout your experiments.  These are:  A “control” is a test that you use for comparing your experiment with.  My control is:

Materials Needed Type a detailed list of the items you needed to complete your experiments. Be specific about the amounts used of each item. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Procedure List all of the steps used in completing your experiment. Add photos or video clips of your experiments. Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8.

Data Table Observations  It is easier to understand the data if it is put into a table. Create a table in here.  Make sure all data is clearly labeled. Manipulated Variable: Responding Variable: Trial 1Trial 2Trial 3

Data table Observations -- Graph  It is easier to understand the data if it is put into a graph. Create a graph here.  Make sure all data is clearly labeled which includes title and all axes.

Analysis Describe how your experiment came out. Include a summary of the data to help the reader understand your results. BE SPECIFIC!!

Conclusion Accept or reject your hypothesis. Explain why you chose to accept or reject it using evidence from the lab. List one thing you learned from doing this test and describe how it applies to a real-life situation. Discuss possible errors that could have occurred in the collection of the data (experimental errors).

Be sure to include all print and electronic sources used to help you understand this project. Put them in alphabetical order. Resources for research: Resources for experiment: Bibliography