Check out the following links for information to support you in creating your science fair project:



Top 10 Reasons to do a Science Project

  1. Learn a lot
  2. Make friends & contacts
  3. Have fun!
  4. Do real science
  5. It’s a great experience
  6. Develop skills like critical thinking, communication & time management
  7. Challenge yourself
  8. Win cash, trips, & scholarships
  9. Pursue your own ideas & interests
  10. Explore careers in science & engineering


Please note: You do not have to competed in a school science fair to enter this regional science fair. Any student in the region can and is encouraged to participate!


Step-by-Step Guide for a Virtual Project

Here is a simple guide on what you need to do to have a successful science fair project and virtual project presentation:

  1. Pick your topic. This is possibly the most difficult part of the project! This process can start with a question such as “What would happen if…..” or “I wonder why ……” and then build your project from this. Check out the links on our Getting Started page for some references to help you with this step.
  2. Research your topic. Learn more from the internet, the library, your science teacher, and other resources.
  3. Check the science fair regulations on the Getting Started page. Pay particular attention to the Safety and Ethics sections in the Project Information, because you may need to discuss your work with FLASF and/or your teacher BEFORE you start your project work.
  4. Make a time table and plan your experimental work.
  5. Carry out your experiment or innovation. Keep detailed notes of your experiments and measurements and track your data in a journal or log book.
  6. Analyze your results. Draw conclusions, and write up your results.
  7. Register for FLASF and be sure to do this before the deadline!
  8. Follow the Project Board directions to upload and give information on your project.
  9.  See the Schedule Page for dates and schedule


Contact Us:

If you have any questions about your project, ask the student coordinator at students<at> For a complete list of                        FLASF contacts, see Contact Us