Middle School students shared their month-long science experiments with parents, fellow students, and faculty at the Science Fair. Students selected an idea to test based on their individual interests, and worked in class to design a project and form a hypothesis to test the idea. Students identified independent variables, controlled variables, and dependent variables, wrote detailed procedures, and conducted their experiments. When finished, they added their results, as well as their research and recommendations, to their project boards. The students did a great job and their projects covered a wide range of topics, from conductivity comparisons, baking experiments, testing the effectiveness of different products on various materials, to whether or not music affects your productivity.