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Good science projects make use of scientific methodologies. Here are some tips to make your project easy to carry out.

Step 1: Select a simple project idea
Select a simple project idea. The idea will often arise as a question you've asked that you must test in order to find the answer.

Keep your idea narrowly focused. Otherwise the project will be too open-ended.

Step 2: Perform background research
Perform background research about your idea. Learn the core ideas and vocabulary.

Step 3: Develop an hypothesis
Develop a testable hypothesis. The hypothesis should be an educated guess about something that could be observed in an experiment.

Step 4: Design and perform an experiment
Design and carry out a simple experiment to test the hypothesis.

Keep careful notes about what you do and what you observe during the experiment.

Step 5: Analyze your data
Analyze your data using the background information you gathered earlier and draw a conclusion.

Did You Know?
The word science comes from the Latin word for "to know."

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