Science Fair season means that parents everywhere are preparing to help their children with their projects. When your child works on a science project, she is putting the scientific method into action and learning more about how to actively understand the world around her. Her assignment is clear, but as a parent, how involved should you be? Where is the line between too helpful and just right? These guidelines can help you support your child in an appropriate way.
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