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Lighthouse and Beaumont Children's Museum presents: SETX Homeschool Science Fair

 WELCOME!

 

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2018 is our very first year to bring together the homeschool community for this STEM project event and we are excited about YOU being one of our Exhibitors!!
The entire community is invited to come during our Public Viewing time to see projects & talk to the Exhibitors!!

GET YOUR IDEAS FLOWING AND REGISTER SOON! 

(Please read Project Guide PRIOR to registration.)

Regular registration begins January 1 and ends March 5th.  For Lighthouse Ed. Svcs. members, entry fee for each individual project is $15, $20 for  2 person team project.   For non-members, project fee is $20 individual and $30 for 2 person team.) Fee includes one adult and one child museum admission on date of event.

Late Registration ends March 20th and a $5/ person late fee will apply for all late registrants.

All entries registered by March 5th are welcome to attend a FREE project workshop provided by administrators on March 6th from 2-4 PM at Ridegwood Church 2920 Lake Arthur Drive, Port Arthur.  Students will need to have chosen a project topic.

BEAUMONT CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

701 Main St, Beaumont, TX 77701

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Beginning at 8:30a.m. and ending about 3:00p.m.

Registration Deadline -  March 20

READY, SET, REGISTER!

Our Vision -  The founders and board of STEP have committed to seek opportunities to promote STEM projects in an effort to encourage growth and understanding, but more importantly, we wish to glorify the Lord and Creator by providing opportunities for homeschool youth to discover truths about God's creation, drawing them closer to him.

Benefits of Participation

  • Gives an opportunity for you to explore an aspect of God's creation with your child
  • Helps children know God by understanding his works
  • Teaches- reasearch skills, goal setting, public speaking and visual presentation
  • Provides opportunity for the whole family to participate, grow and be creative
  • Provides corroborative and cooperative experience among homeschool families

What's the Plan?

      The fair will not require an experiment with every type of project.  Instead, there will be three types of projects: 1. Collection, 2. Model / Demonstration, or 3. Experiment.
We do not require an exhibitor to do an experiment for the  first two.  Please review the 
"Science Fair" tab for more specifics on each and a judging criteria.  Our Score Sheets tab  
includes how each is scored, so that each exhibitor is properly prepared. More information about Rules, Guidelines, a project guide, a timeline and more can be found under the "Homeschool Science Fair" dropdown menu in Lighthouse's Opportunities tab.

          We will recognize exhibitors in as many ways as possible for their effort.  They will receive a 
participant ribbon, certificate, gift packet, and may also earn a placement ribbon and have the 
opportunity to earn specialty ribbons, which in each grade division include Grand Champion. We offer our Grand Champions saving certificates and paid opportunity to register for the Texas Regional Science Fair in Tomball, TX. (
Please note that the rules/guidelines for this fair may slightly differ from those of the TRSF, but any modifications will be minimal.)


Help us to honor our exhibitors by being a sponsor!!  Click here to become a sponsor or to purchase an ad in our program!

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     We want to do everything we can for the fair to be a positive and encouraging experience for our exhibitors.  We want them to come away with a love of learning and science.

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