Discovery and Scotch Stick Together for Science Fairs

The two companies are co-branding a site that offers free materials for teachers and students to improve their projects. Click through for details  
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Introducing Scotch™ Brand Science Fair Central
Discovery Education's definitive new resource for teachers, parents and young scientists.

With an emphasis on hands-on investigations, field work, and doing science like a "real scientist," ScotchScienceFair.com is the most relevant, creative (and fun!) science fair tool on the web.

At ScotchScienceFair.com:
Teachers: Follow a clear pathway to help students develop and present successful projects.
Science Fair Coordinators: Save time with a customizable timeline, letter to parents, judging criteria and a detailed checklist to organize experts and novices alike.
Parents and students: Get tips & tricks for creating a winning display, printable shopping lists complete with where-to-buy information and coupons for Scotch® Brand display products.

http://school.discoveryeducation.com/sciencefaircentral/index.html

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Sample Science Fair Projects

Name: Sample Science Fair Projects Brief Description of the Site: Besides its “For Teachers” page this science-fair site also offers pages “For Students” and “For Parents.” The “For Teachers page is a portal with many, many links to sites providing information about science fairs as well as free