Jr. Scientist Expo – Registration Extended

Lincoln K-4 Jr. Scientist Expo – Register by February 5th

science kids

When:  Thursday, March 10th

6:15 pm  display setup
6:30 – 7:30 pm  Presentations & Prize drawings

Where:   Lincoln Elementary Gymnasium

Are you MAD about SCIENCE?  Does the word EXPERIMENT make you BUBBLE over?  If this RAISES your TEMPERATURE then the Lincoln Jr. Scientist Expo is for you!  Groups of one, two or three Scientists can share a science project, completed at home, with friends and family.

The Expo welcomes investigation into ALL Natural and Social Science fields. Projects should fall into one of three categories:

  • Experiment: Experiments use the Scientific Method to investigate a hypothesis (may be more appropriate for later grades).
  • Demonstration of a Scientific Principle: Any grade may choose to demonstrate a principle such as gravity, energy or light. For example, ice floats because frozen water has a lower density than liquid water; how many other things become less dense when they freeze?
  • Construct a Scientific Model: Use clay, paper or other materials to build a model that helps explain part of the natural or man-made world, or build an instrument to describe sound waves.

All Jr. Scientists will be recognized for their effort and are eligible for prize drawings during the Expo – the grand prize is a real microscope!

Don’t wait…each participant must register at the PTO Web Store by February 5th for this free, Lincoln PTO sponsored, event.  If registering as part of a group, you must enter the names of all other group members.  Project display boards will be sent home the week of February 8th.

CLICK Lincoln Jr Science Expo Flyer for more details and suggested website resources.

You can also see Expo details on the PTO Web Store.