2 Science Project Display Board AbstractData AnalysisTitle of the ProjectProblem1 questionDataTables or Charts or ObservationsGraphsConclusionHypothesisBibliographyMaterialsProceduresDrawings or Pictures
3 The AbstractThe abstract is basically a snapshot of why you chose to do your project.
4 The Abstract Approximately 5- 10 sentences Discuss the NEED FOR SOLVING THE PROBLEMWhy did you choose this topic?What did you want to find out?What is the purpose of your project?Why are you doing your project?You may use 1st person pronouns here.
5 Data Analysis Approximately 8-10 sentences Discuss the results of your charts/tablesDiscuss how you compared the results (The test was run 3 times and an average was calculated).State if the data supported your hypothesis or not.
6 Conclusion State what you learned from the project and the research State any future research
7 Decorate with a theme in mind Color schemePatternsBordersLess is more sometimesNO GLITTER!!!No carbon based materials (meaning once living, including but not limited to: leaves, lima beans, peanuts, etc.)
8 HISEF rules for boardsPlease do not glue things like lima beans, pennies, marbles, or any other part of your project onto your board.You may use anything paper: pictures, construction paper, borders, cute lettersStickers are ok too
9 The Display List main points in brief, succinct writing. Informative writing: no personal pronouns (except in the abstract)Use facts, observations, and data.Graphs are probably the most important thing, so redo these until they are perfect.
10 School display boards cost $2. This is a screaming good deal! If you would like to spray paint your board, this turns out really great. However, you MUST spray paint at home. Other options include using paper for a background or just framing your papers to make it look “scrap-bookie”