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Kevin Temmer: Prepare for the Science Fair

Sep 21, 2011

Ever since he was a kid, Kevin Temmer loved to draw. Eventually, computer animation became his passion. In high school, Kevin decided to create an animated short to teach students about the science fair. Check out “Prepare for the Science Fair” right here on Kidzworld!

Inspired Design

Kevin’s mom was the one who encouraged him to create the film. Kevin worked with his former Grade 7 science teacher to make the animation. He also says that he draws inspiration from some of Kidzworld’s very own fave cartoons: SpongeBob SquarePants and Phineas and Ferb!

Science Fairs Simplified

Kevin decided to focus on the subject of science fairs because it’s something that some students may have trouble with. He wanted his animation to simplify the scientific process for other kids. The story in the film, which stars two characters named Jack and Jessica, includes the steps you need to take to create a successful science fair project. The movie also includes an original song, written by Kevin himself.

Prepare for the Science Fair

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WizardGirl3311
Im homeschooled so i've never been in a science fair, but it might be neat to pull toge...
commented: Mon Nov 04, 2013

directioner_4lyfe
I hate the science fair jcdjcsodjcodjoc
commented: Thu Sep 19, 2013

JennyD

JennyD wrote:

I will be doing the science fair :/
commented: Sat Sep 14, 2013

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