Mathematics & Statistics Awareness Month

Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month
Virtual Science Fair

Celebrate Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month by thinking statistically! Show off your skills and knowledge by participating in our virtual science fair. Working independently or as a member of a team, spend the month investigating an interesting topic and submit a short video highlighting your process and results.


2023 Winners

2022 Winners

2021 Winners

2020 Winners

What Students Do:
  • Formulate a question about a topic about which you are curious
  • Design a plan to collect appropriate data to help you answer the question
  • Use your plan to collect the data
  • Use appropriate graphical and numerical methods to analyze your data
  • Interpret your analysis and answer your original question
  • Create a 3- 5-minute video showcasing your process and results
  • Write a short essay outlining your process and your analysis to accompany your video
Individuals or Teams:
  • The science fair is open to any student in grades K–12. Homeschoolers may participate.
  • There are three grade categories: K–4, 5–8, 9–12.
  • In each category, projects may be submitted by individuals or teams composed of 2–3 students. All the students on a team must be in the same grade category.
What Teachers, Parents, or Sponsors Do:
  • Submit this form to register your student or team for the virtual science fair.
  • Assist your student or team in the final submission of the video and essay.
  • Register to participate by 5:00 p.m. ET on May 20, 2024. Only registered students will be eligible to submit projects.
  • Project video and essay submission due by 5:00 p.m. ET on August 9, 2024.
First Prize
$50 gift card for each team member and certificate

Second Prize
$25 gift card for each team member and certificate

Third Prize
$10 gift card for each team member and certificate

Honorable Mention

  • All projects must be the original work of the student or students.
  • The content must be appropriate for a public school and conform to any individual school policies.
  • The decisions of the judges are final.
Donna LaLonde