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January 6, 2020

Each year Worthington Schools hosts Science Day, including a science fair, invention convention, robot competition and more. Use this guide to prepare.

Databases

You can access great databases full of information on the library's website. These databases can be accessed at the library or at home and offer the same information found in reference books, newspapers, journals, and magazines. You can read the information and print it right from your computer! You'll need a Worthington Libraries library card to access these databases from home.

Search for information to support your science experiment by using one of the following databases:

Websites

Make sure your information is coming from a reliable source. Here are some websites with science fair ideas and information that our librarians recommend:

Books

For books with science experiments and projects, check out some of these nonfiction book series:

Audience

Cora S

I'm an adult services librarian who likes nonfiction books about people's life experiences. When I'm not on my back porch reading, you'll find me wandering around a park, attempting to make my garden look presentable or laughing with a few good friends on a restaurant patio.