Science fair presentation tips?

Science fair presentation tips? Topic: Case science test
July 19, 2019 / By Acacia
Question: does any1 have any tips about presenting my science fair project??? my project is testing if clorox vinegar or oxiclean works the best to remove stains from a white t-shirt. the results were clorox: cleanest vinegar: dirtiest oxiclean: second cleanest ~olivia~ i already turned in the board science fair is 2marrow the title is "Now you see it, now you don't" i dont get nervous alot were not aloud 2 have props ONLY pics i hate my science teacher!!! (just thought i'd add that lol)
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Sydney Sydney | 8 days ago
Judges do not really like it when the contestants are really nervous and it distracts them from the presentation. So make sure you are calm. Talk slow if you have to. Make sure you know your topic really well in case for some questions. Make good eye contact. Make sure everything in your presentation is perfect and even check again to make sure. And just have FUN! that is the number one rule! if you are too stressed then you wont do so well. Enjoy yourself while you are there even learn some new things from other presentations always take in new ideas and always think positive. GOOD LUCK!
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Sydney Originally Answered: What is a good fair test i could do for my science fair?
I think your idea about powders is a good one. you can experiment with different types of powder too. flour, kool aid mix, etc. you can also do how long it takes for an ice cube to melt on different surfaces. just remember that in that case the surfaces would all have to be the same temp.

Paulie Paulie
Table your data and present it with all the facts and data that you got. Make sure your presentation is well layed out and your conclusions based on fact. My first question as someone who has judged science fairs is how did you determine cleanliness? was it subjective ie just your judgment? Or did you have 5 or more people give there opinions? And give a synopsis of how you could make the experiment better.
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Lorrin Lorrin
Use pictures and anything colorful that will draw attention. Make a graph for the results. Use Big font. Basically anything that would make someone interested in your project . Also you can have bottles of each cleaner for your project and the T-shirt you did it on so people can see for themselves.
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Jaye Jaye
hands on demonstration if not already doing it eye contact, basic stuff: body posture, dont read off cards
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Jaye Originally Answered: I need ideas for a science experiment for a science fair?
Kay, I did this great one where I learned how to make hot air balloons (you get a little pattern, replicate it 8 times, and then stick he pieces together). I used cellophane and scotch tape. Then I used simple math conversions so I had three balloons, one small, one big, one medium, and then I used a hairdryer to fill them with hot air and see which one would fly. The hairdryer didn't actually work too well... I needed somthing with more juice. I remember I found a solution, but I don't remember what it was. AAAAnyway. I was only in the 5th grade when I did this project. It might be too simplistic, though the prep work involved makes me say "I don't think so." It wasn't that hard, just a little time consuming, and it was pretty fun. Another project I did once in middle school was one where I asked "are teeth really destroyed by soda?" and I went to the dentist and asked for wisdom teeth that they'd removed from people. I got like 4 or 6, I can't remember, and then dropped some in glasses of different kinds of soda, two in water as a control. And a week later I checked to see what happened. The results were grotesque and totally awesome. But I have avoided drinking much soda since then. I enjoyed both projects. I think you can conduct them in a way that suits your age and grade level, even though I did rather cursory versions when I was young. They're good because they have good controls, and you don't have a zillion environmental factors affecting them. Good luck!

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