Getting into the scientific spirit wasn’t an easy transition and I knew he would need coaching from his mother and me. We scoured resources just to get “ideas” and he finally settled on one. He got the project done and passed with a fair grade but it was a bit stressful getting there.
What I learned afterward is that it didn’t have to be so involving for us, the parents, and using the right materials could have been more stimulating for him.
That is where the 24 Hour Science Project comes into the picture. It is a very useful tool for students and parents alike.
For a very small one time fee of $14.95 you get access to instructions for FIVE separate projects all of which can be done in 24 hours and the plan provides access to everything your child needs:
- Instant access. No waiting for mail deliveries.
- A list of all required materials, most are common household items.
- Instructions providing step by step guidance.
- Access to research materials.
- Examples of charts and graphs.
- And even access to worksheets for data entry.
The projects come recommended by teachers, youth leaders and, most important, parents! One Mom said the charts were worth the entire price.
And the bonus is a free copy of “The Non-Scientific Parent’s Guide to a Science Project.” It summarizes all you need to know about doing a science project.
The 24 Hour Science Project provides your child all the tools he or she needs to do the project. All they need from you is a little supervision and guidance.
It’s a small price to pay. Children are worth much more.
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