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This is a great, award-winning website. Just click on the topic you are interested in. You'll be led to a list of good projects, rated by difficulty.


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They have 8 million users.
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"Thank you so much for this WONDERFUL resource! You have so many wonderful, manageable projects that all of our students were able to successfully complete their projects and participate in our school Science Fair. Your step-by-step directions made it possible for students and parents to complete these projects without a lot of help from me, (which made the month SO much easier)! I've been teaching for 20 years, and this is easily the BEST web site I've come across. Best wishes to all of you, and keep up the great work!"
—Lori Makita, teacher, Santa Cruz Gardens Elem., Santa Cruz, CA

"I want to congratulate you on the outstanding service that you are providing students. My 9th grade students are currently working on their science projects and I advised them that they use your Topic Selection Wizard resource to help them develop an idea for their project. Students that have visited your website are more confident and enthusiastic about their projects. They know that if they get stuck along the way you offer help via the Ask an Expert resource. Thank you so much and great job!!!"
—Mayra Ramirez, 9th grade teacher, Lopez High School, Brownsville, TX

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