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Kid Playing with Element Mockup

2023 Science and STEM Fair



What: The 2023 Science and Stem Fair – A chance for all students to learn and show others their science and STEM discoveries.

When: Thursday, May 4th, 6p - 8p

Where: Clyde Hill Elementary Lunchroom

Clyde Hill Elementary students have the chance to be a part of the 2023 Science Fair. This is a great chance to learn something new and spark an interest in science. This can be a great activity for asynchronous learning. Science fair projects can be in 1 of 3 areas:

  • Experiments - Pose a question or hypothesis and test whether that is true. Apply the scientific method, use control groups and experimental groups. If possible, use measurements of time, mass, growth, etc., and report the findings.  

  • Research Topics/Exhibits – Take a topic that students are really interested in. Whether its travel to space or types of sharks in Washington State. Provide a poster-style display to show and tell others about the topic.

  • Build – Whether it’s a toothpick bridge, model treehouse, or a homemade robot, create something. Creations should be scale-sized versions of structures we might find in the real world. Tell us why the structure is being built, explain how it works, and show us your structure. 

What to do?


Step 1: Review the Young Scientist Handbook for more information and ideas about scientific inquiry, process, and projects. Pick a project! Ideas and resources are included in the handbook. No Animals!

Step 2: Research the topic/conduct your experiment.

Step 3: Create your presentation on a poster board. ​

Step 4: Return your poster to school on Thursday (May 4) morning. Parent volunteers will meet at school and setup in the lunchroom. If you need to bring your presentation board with you to science fair, please make sure setup is complete by 6:10 pm.

All students are welcome to visit Science Fair.

Please stay and enjoy the demonstration from

the International School's Titan Robotics Club.

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