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Super Science Fair Projects Greets 2018 With New Science Fair Kits, Blog With Project Ideas, and New Featured Science Fair Projects Each Day

Super Science Fair Projects Greets 2018 With New Science Fair Kits, Blog With Project Ideas, and New Featured Science Fair Projects Each Day

Evanston, IL – This week www.Super-Science-Fair-Projects.com is introducing their newly redesigned site with several important innovations to help students create fun, educational, and winning science fair projects.

The site now has science fair kits that step students and teachers through the process of creating an outstanding project. These include microbiology, wind turbines, solar powered cars, robotics, a weather station and much more. The kits come with parts, equipment, and complete instructions for assembly. They represent a major educational opportunity for students while giving them a head start toward a winning science fair project.

“Science fairs are always a lot of fun for kids. Many professional scientists and science enthusiasts point to a science fair project in their youth that started their healthy obsession with science. Here is where that process can be fostered with information and tools for both students and science teachers,” said Madeline Binder, founder of Super-Science-Fair-Projects.com.

Display boards for science projects have been reduced in price making them more affordable than ever for schools, students and their parents. There is also a teacher resource center for STEM and other materials. This gives busy teachers and home school parents tips, ideas, and facts they can use in lesson plans and for science fair projects.

The site recently launched their own science fair contest where all who enter win an official T-shirt and award certificate. This International Virtual Science Fair Contest / Competition / Olympiad is an online competition with more than a dozen prizes are awarded. Students from all over the world are invited to participate with cash prizes sent via PayPal to the parents of international winners.

Binder has written two new eBooks “Student’s Science Fair Guide Engineering Design Process” and “Teacher’s Science Fair Guide Engineering Design Process eBook Lesson Plan Format.” These help teachers, parents, and students more easily devise excellent science fair projects.

Contact: Madeline Binder

800-296-3650

Email at http://www.super-science-fair-projects.com/contact-us.html

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Company Name: M-ZAN Solutions, Inc doing business as Super Science Fair Projects.com
Contact Person: Madeline Binder
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Phone: 800-296-3650
Address:1860 Sherman Ave Ste 2NW, 60201
City: Evanston
State: Illinois
Country: United States
Website: http://www.super-science-fair-projects.com