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September 2, 2014

Enter to Win Dr. Oz's Celebrity Science Fair

Hey all you Dr. Oz's fans out there! Dr. Oz is currently having a celebrity science fair that your child and you can enter and win a great prize to New York City to attend the Big Apple Science tour and meet and greet with Dr. Oz.  This looks like it'll be really fun and having your child's or your science experiment judged by celebrities is really cool, check out the details about it below.


Enter to Win Dr. Oz's Celebrity Science Fair via www.Productreviewmom.com

The three-time Emmy® Award-winning, “The Dr. Oz Show,”  is set to bring the cool factor back to science for America’s youth. Starting NOW and ending in the FALL (end of October), students can submit a video of an experiment to Dr. Oz’s Celebrity Science Fair. The scoring is based on how well the student explains the scientific principle and the outcome of the experiment. 




A winner will be named in the fall after a panel of celebrity judges evaluates the finalists. The grand prize is a trip to New York City for a Big Apple Science Tour. The guidelines and scoring method are explained in more detail on our web site.




The Celebrity Science Fair calls attention to a national science fair which anyone can enter. As of today, viewers can visit Dr. Oz’s Celebrity Science Fair online and see the brand new Celebrity Science Fair series of videos. The videos feature hilarious presentations from stars like Jimmy Kimmel, Queen Latifah and Joel McHale. Additional episodes will be added throughout the year with new videos being announced on social media and www.doctoroz.com.




More Information:
Open to children and students up to grade 12, the national competition will receive submissions through http://www.doctoroz.com/video-series/dr-oz-celebrity-science-fair in the following categories: grades K-6, grades 7 and 8, and grades 9-12. Adults can submit on their own as well.  Submissions by students 8th grade and younger must be done with a parent or teacher.  Grades 9-12 can be submitted with a teacher, individually or by groups of students.  Entire classes can submit in any category.  Projects will be judged on how well the presenter explains the scientific principle being demonstrated as well as whether the experiment outcome is as intended.  Additional rules and guidelines are available on the web site.  Submissions close October 31 and winners will be selected by a panel of celebrity judges.  Judges will be announced later in the summer.


Did you know:  I was featured in Dr. Oz's debut magazine "The Good Life"?  Yep I was in his February 2014 issue!  You can read about it on my other blog here.


Will your child or you be entering in Dr. Oz's Celebrity Science Fair?

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16 comments

  1. Wow! Science for the win! :) Thanks for sharing.

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  2. This looks great! Will pass along to my teacher friends.

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  3. Anonymous10:03 AM

    Seems like a great way to get your kiddos more excited about science!

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  4. Yay, it's so fun when celebrities get involved with children and education. I'll going to tell my dad - he teaches 5th grade gifted.

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    1. I thought of you Paris when I did this post. You and your family are always so creative and experimenting.

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  5. Making Science cool again - a win win for everyone!

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  6. I'll be sure to pass this along to all of my teachers that I know!! Science rocks!

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  7. We are not a family of scientists so I went straight to your magazine review. How cool, you are a star.. did you grab up a bunch and sign them .. seriously ;-) On the one that read a lady made bookoos of money secret shopping.. I looked in to that and no... not sure how she did it, but they were offering me around $7 after I filled out an hour long form. Too much.

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    1. I haven't done a secret shopper trip before but I have no clue how that lady was making so much.

      Yeah I got a bunch of magazines from that issue but didn't sign them. That was such a proud moment to see myself in a national magazine!

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  8. I used to LOVE the Science Fair!!! I was a science nerd in school....LOL!!

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