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Need catchy science project name

Postby jhodges33330 » Tue Jan 06, 2015 1:14 pm

My daughters first project, she is in third grade, involves the life of a daisy in different types of water...tap water, spring water or tap water with plant food. looking for a catchy title . Thanks
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby scibuddyAK » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:42 pm

Hi there!

Science fair project titles often follow this structure:
Catchy title: informative title about the project

In line with this convention, maybe something like these would work for you?
Water, Water, Everywhere: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies
To Grow or Not to Grow: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies

Or a bit more edgy
I Wet My Plants: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies

Hope this helps!

Thanks,
scibuddyAK
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby HowardE » Thu Sep 10, 2015 5:17 am

The phrase "Not Just a Pretty Face" keeps popping into my head.

Not Just a Pretty Face: What do your facial expressions mean?
Face Facts: What do your facial expressions mean?
Let's Face it: What your facial expressions mean?

The others are right though. Knowing what you plan to test will make it a lot easier to help you find a good subject. I doubt we'll come up anything as awesome as scibuddyAK's "I wet my plants", but I'm willing to try.

Howard
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Re: Need catchy science project name

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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby 324B21 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:02 pm

lanethebrain1001 wrote:I'm doing a project on which flammable liquid is more efficient for starting fires. Can anyone think of a good title?


I am a fan of "The Flames! The Flames!", but that isn't very modern.

Perhaps instead throw in a different translation of fire:

Fuoco: (Italian)

Ignis: (Latin)

ไฟไหม้ (Thai)

So for instance as the last expert suggested you could try:

ไฟไหม้: Burn Maybe Burn

Good luck!!
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Need catchy science project name

Postby PandaPerson » Sat Dec 05, 2015 1:14 pm

Hi!
I need a catchy title for my science fair project which is :The Science Behind Tsunamis: Study the Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity. Any ideas?
Thanks!
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby mhoch888 » Mon Dec 07, 2015 3:17 pm

PandaPerson wrote:Hi!
I need a catchy title for my science fair project which is :The Science Behind Tsunamis: Study the Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity.


Maybe "Making Waves: The Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity" or "Tsunami Tscience: The Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity."
















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Need catchy science project name

Postby jhodges33330 » Tue Jan 06, 2015 1:14 pm

My daughters first project, she is in third grade, involves the life of a daisy in different types of water...tap water, spring water or tap water with plant food. looking for a catchy title . Thanks
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby scibuddyAK » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:42 pm

Hi there!

Science fair project titles often follow this structure:
Catchy title: informative title about the project

In line with this convention, maybe something like these would work for you?
Water, Water, Everywhere: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies
To Grow or Not to Grow: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies

Or a bit more edgy
I Wet My Plants: The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Daisies

Hope this helps!

Thanks,
scibuddyAK
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby HowardE » Thu Sep 10, 2015 5:17 am

The phrase "Not Just a Pretty Face" keeps popping into my head.

Not Just a Pretty Face: What do your facial expressions mean?
Face Facts: What do your facial expressions mean?
Let's Face it: What your facial expressions mean?

The others are right though. Knowing what you plan to test will make it a lot easier to help you find a good subject. I doubt we'll come up anything as awesome as scibuddyAK's "I wet my plants", but I'm willing to try.

Howard
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby Nicheboo21 » Fri Sep 11, 2015 2:24 pm

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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby 324B21 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:02 pm

lanethebrain1001 wrote:I'm doing a project on which flammable liquid is more efficient for starting fires. Can anyone think of a good title?


I am a fan of "The Flames! The Flames!", but that isn't very modern.

Perhaps instead throw in a different translation of fire:

Fuoco: (Italian)

Ignis: (Latin)

ไฟไหม้ (Thai)

So for instance as the last expert suggested you could try:

ไฟไหม้: Burn Maybe Burn

Good luck!!
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Need catchy science project name

Postby PandaPerson » Sat Dec 05, 2015 1:14 pm

Hi!
I need a catchy title for my science fair project which is :The Science Behind Tsunamis: Study the Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity. Any ideas?
Thanks!
mhoch888
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Re: Need catchy science project name

Postby mhoch888 » Mon Dec 07, 2015 3:17 pm

PandaPerson wrote:Hi!
I need a catchy title for my science fair project which is :The Science Behind Tsunamis: Study the Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity.


Maybe "Making Waves: The Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity" or "Tsunami Tscience: The Effect of Water Depth on Wave Velocity."

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