Pillar Scientific Supply to the Rescue!|
A teacher says your child has to have a project for the Science Fair.
What will you do?
Those words strike dismay in the ears of parents everywhere. And sadly,
many teachers only encourage and help their "best" students participate.
Why? Most teachers do not have the time to help each student "think" of
an idea for a good project. However, that is only the beginning. Because
most scientific supply houses only sell to schools or businesses, where
to locate the supplies needed becomes the next obstacle. If that maze
is satisfactorly negoiated, the next problem is a student that is unsure
exactly what is expected at the Science Fair in regard to their project.
This is especially true for a "first-time" student.
These and hundreds of other questions can make it quite daunting to teachers
with dozens of students. That's why most teachers rely on parents help
for the extra-curricular work of Science Fairs. However, most parents
have no idea how to answer or help their kids. That's where Pillar
Scientific Supply comes in.
- What is meant by the five necessary elements of a successful project?
- How should the experiment be displayed?
- What should be included in the project display for maximum success with judges?
- What do judges want, or don't want to see in Science Fair projects?
We have compiled great experiments that are all inclusive. Everything
your child will need for his/her project is included in one neat package.
From petri dishes to soil to safety equipment, everything is included.
No more driving all over town for supplies. No more wondering how your
child can have the edge over the other students. Pillar has done it all.
Included in every project are personal tips for the particular catagory
ordered. Information such as proper size of display board and what judges
expect to see in projects will be included. We will tell you what Science
Fairs will allow in displays. And what they won't allow. Our projects
provoke the interest of students as we suggest the questions they will need
to consider. But we won't "give" them the answers thus keeping the original
intent of Science Fairs intact. That is, to give each student an opportunity
for hands-on experience in scientific procedures that will challenge their
curiosity and ignite an inquiring mind.
They will learn from Pillar Science Kits that there ar no "right" or "wrong"
answers in science. They will find that every knowledge can be used because
learning is always the answer to discovering.