STEAM Fair

Where imagination, innovation & competition meet

Coming April 2018

Registration Opens: Soon*

 

 
 
 

Science Fair

Encourage your student to show off their scientific method skills by completing a science fair project.

 

 

Science Fair Project Resources

  • Rules, Requirements, & Guidelines

  • Tips & Tricks for a Successful Project

  • Display and Safety Regulations

  • Judging Rubric

 

Workshops

A Makerspace workshop will be available all day for both student participants and their parents/guardians to get creative and tinkerer. This is an opportunity in a safe and supportive environment to learn the use of traditional tools, digital manufacturing, coding, electronics and design, while also developing the soft skills and grit that are crucial to success in the 21st Century workforce.

Complex Machine Project

This competition will challenge students grades 1st - 8th to create an elaborate, funny machine that completes a simile task. Teams and their machines are judged on a range of criteria from complexity, design, creativity, humor, story-telling and team chemistry– along with the successful achievement of the task at hand.

Rube Goldberg Competition Resources

  • Rules, Requirements, & Guidelines

  • Tips & Tricks for a Successful Project

  • Display and Safety Regulations

  • Judging Rubric

 

Instant Engineering Challenge

This challenge provides a chance for a small teams to show off their creative problem solving skills in a short, unrehearsed presentation.  This challenge will reward teams for teamwork and the uniqueness and creativity of their solution.

  • Challenge Guidelines

  • Practice tips a Successful Project

  • Judging Rubric

 

Best in Show for the Science Fair and Rube Goldberg projects will receive fun techie prizes and/or scholarships to some amazing summer camps.

 

*Do you some logistical changes, registration will open in later November. Thanks for your patience.

 

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Students test their knowledge of the scientific method and the engineering process taught in the classroom creating their projects.  Encouraging this critical thinking, problem solving, and independence is a great way to develop a pipeline of talent for the future workforce.