All About Science Olympiad

January 22, 2020

Looking for an exciting way to bring your most passionate science students together for creative problem solving, teamwork, friendship, and science fun outside the classroom? A Science Olympiad team may be just the ticket. Whether you've never heard of Science Olympiad, or you're familiar with the program and ready to get in on the action, this video will walk you through everything you need to know - from starting a team at your school, to tips and advice for new coaches and teams, to how to get involved as a parent or volunteer. Packed with tons of valuable information straight from the source - Science Olympiad - this informative session will help you hit the ground running with a successful Science Olympiad program that makes science and technology fun and creates lifelong memories. Check out this article for more tips: https://bit.ly/37DNpK4 Ward’s Science — Connecting Over 150 years of science exploration to tomorrow’s innovation.Don’t forget to subscribe and hit the bell button so you’ll always know when our newest new videos are available: https://bit.ly/38X1FPp For information on any products or services seen in this video, visit us at https://wardsci.com/ Check out Ward’s World for a never-ending stream of ideas and inspiration for making science fun: https://wardsworld.wardsci.com/ And follow us on social media for the very latest in the world of science education: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wardsci Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wardsscience/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WardsScience Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/wardsscience/

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