iLEAD Exploration Remains Open Virtually for Learners

iLEAD Exploration continues to operate its independent study model in an entirely virtual format. Click here for resources.

Aug 23, 2020 @ 01:00
12.02.2020

The Virtual Science Fair: Explore your Questions!

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Children are such natural scientists, constantly asking questions and wanting to know more about their topics of interest! Last week we introduced the first step in the Scientific Method: Making Observations.

After making great observations, you are ready for the next steps of questions and research! Now it is time to explore those questions and begin to research to see what others have discovered about your questions. Take some time with your learner this week to press into those inquiring minds.

Here are some helpful tips for capturing those great questions that just might lead to the next world-changing invention!

Asking Good Questions

Elementary Research Template

We hope to inspire your scientific research as you begin to prepare for the upcoming iLEAD Science Fair (to be held virtually). Please register here if you would like to be a part of this fun experience! All submissions will need to be turned in by January 15, 2021.

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