Ethan is a little obsessed with science, even though he’s not really educated about it. And when his best friend Maggie takes him to a science fair on Monday, he knows something’s going to happen there: he’ll meet a girl and learn some new things. Stop him from reading too much into it, people. These are just feelings that Maggie has for her crush and that doesn’t mean she’s trying to make anything of them. But then again, who can say? Somehow, maybe this is all part of the fun for these two as well as the experience!
What could be more fun than watching the kids in school count to 10 and then do some science?
We all have that one friend who is always there for us when we need a shoulder to cry on, and if you ask them to do it for you, they will do it with all their heart! We have this thing where when someone is meant for us, we totally get it. If someone is just being themselves, we also get it. They’re not trying to impress anyone, they’re just trying to thrive in whatever situation they’re in. So, naturally, when you find that special someone in school, you want to be there for them, too. But what if you have to choose between your studies, your friends, and your career, and you don’t have the time (or energy) to spend on two people at a time? What if you’re stressed out or in a rush, and you don’t have any time to get your friends involved in helping you? Then science fairs are the perfect way to catch your friend in the midst of their creative process and give them something to think about. When you go to a science fair, you get to be your best self, and you get to experience something different from the norm.
What really is happening at this science fair?
If you’ve been in high school for a while, you might have already realized that the summer before your senior year is your major deadline. The summer before your senior year is also your “absence” deadline, which is what the student body is calling when you’re not in school. But what if you have another project or a job to take care of, and you’re away from home for the summer? Then you’re not available for your regular jobs, so the summer before your senior year is your “absence.” So, naturally, you’re super stressed, and you don’t have the energy to do anything. But there’s a chance that one of the science fairs in your state is going to be your absence season. So, naturally, you’re going to want to go to as many as you can.
Why does he love science so much?
Because science is everything. Even though he doesn’t really understand all the theory behind it, he really loves the process of discovery. Once he understands something, he’s interested in figuring it out again and again and again, until he’s proved it wrong (which is why he loves science so much). And then he’ll go on to discover even more amazing things! One of his favorite pastimes is going to the museum, where he can discover what other scientists are working on at the same time. So, naturally, he’s excited to learn about these exhibits and their amazing exhibits managers! As he grows older, he also develops an interest in creativity and problem solving, which is quite handy when you need to come up with a solution to a problem you’re facing right now.
Muffin Top: The best snack for a science fairgoer
For the science fair freaks like Ethan and Maggie, Muffin Top is their go-to snack. It’s always been a local favorite, so they’ve been making it at least since they were kids, and they’ve found it at every state fair since. They’ve even bought a store in the town where they live to sell it. And it’s actually not that hard to make. You just have to be happy with whatever ingredients you use. They love that they can make Muffin Top at home and still be able to enjoy it at the fair. It’s super easy and quick, and you can usually find it at your local grocery store.
Can you hold your breath for too long in a science fair?
It would be remiss if we didn’t include the science fair in our party must-dos for high schoolers. You definitely need to go to at least one in your lifetime, and you definitely need to make your mark in the world through research and discovery. But many students become so immersed in science that they don’t have the time or energy to enjoy the rest of the party. If you’re one of these kids, it’s nice to take a break and catch your breath before venturing back into the fray. It’s also helpful if you’ve been stressed out recently because it will definitely help your body relax and help you feel more alert. Plus, there’s something really comforting about a little break from the stress and excitement of the party. Plus, you can always make your own Muffin Top later in the evening.
If chemistry were an art, what would it look like?
Like Muffin Top, the answer to this question is actually pretty simple. The answer to this question may lie in your personal “style.” Do you have a calming, soothing tone in your voice when you’re stressed out or in a rush? If so, try adding some 0-8 o mirror to your voice when you’re trying to calm your nerves. It will make you sound almost like you’re talking to yourself, and it will help you appear calm and collected while still maintaining your speaking voice. Plus, energy-wise, it’s a super low-key way to get your energy back. You can even try adding some red wine or coffee to your blend if you’re feeling particularly cranky.
3D Mask of Science: How to make it yourself
The mask of science is probably one of the most popular science fair topics, and it’s a good idea to get your heart set on making one for your own. It takes a very gifted artist to create a 3D mask of science. You can purchase a printed version of the model from any arts and crafts store or from a local store. Once you have the model, you can use it as a teaching tool or as a creative exercise. Most females under the age of 32 need to wear glasses while drawing, but younger folk can use a computer at their own risk! Your Mask of Science should be easy to keep clean and be easily transportable. It should be easy to put together and take apart.
How to use a glue stick or splinter to stick things together
A glue stick is a good idea because it will stick together with no problems. But a splinter should be used as a backup or as a decorative item. A decorative splinter should be able to be removed from the canvas and replaced with another design or texture. You can also try using toothpicks or other household items as a substitute for the canvas.
In order for science fairs to be successful, it’s important to have a theme that is both interesting and collaborative. In the spirit of collaborative play, we’ve created a collaboration platform with our favorite science fair topics. This platform allows you to create your own science fair topic, share your ideas, and create a great atmosphere for sharing your work. From there, you can decide if you want to take the lead in the competition or collaborate with your fellow seniors.