Steps #5, 6 & 7 - Create Presentation Board

Once you've completed your experiment and clean up your work area, its time to:

5. Review the results of your experiment(s)
6. Form your answer (K-1) or conclusion (2-5)
7. Create your presentation board

Lets walk through each step.

5. Review the results of your experiment(s)
Set aside a few minutes to think about your experiment(s) and results.  Re-read your Prediction (K-1) or Hypothesis (2-5).  If you designed your experiments carefully, the results of your hard work will clearly show the answer.  If the answer is not clear, revise your experiments and try again.

6. Form your answer (K-1) or conclusion (2-5)
Create a 1-2 sentence explanation of what was shown by the results of your experiments.  Make sure that the explanation reflects what is shown in the data.  Test your explanation by showing your family and friends.  If they see how your experimental results match your explanation, thats a sign that you've written it clearly. 

7. Create your presentation board
Using the K-1 Project or 2-5 Project descriptions and samples as a guide, create your presentation board.

Use a full size standard tri-fold presentation board such as Elmer's 36"x 48" Corrugated Tri-Fold Display Board-White which are available at craft stores, office supplies stores and other stores or websites.

We recommend that you create a rough draft of your presentation board on a piece of paper first and then copy it onto the presentation board.

Add drawings, charts and photographs to make your presentation board more informative.  Remember that you should not include anything alive, wet, heavy or expensive on your presentation board.  Read and follow the other rules.

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