Your science fair display represents all the work that you have done.
It should be made in such a way that it attracts and holds the interest
of the viewer. It has to be thorough, but not too crowded, so keep it
simple. Make sure that you follow the Regulations. Hints for Display 1. Your title and other headings should be neat and large enough to be read at a distance of about 3 feet (1 m). The title should catch the interest of the observer. 2. May take pictures of important phases of the project to use in your display. 3. Be organized and make sure that your display follows a sequence. 4. Use neat, colorful headings, charts, and graphs to make your display eye-catching but it should look simple not crowded. 5. Be sure to follow display size limitations and safety rules.
Maximum Size of Project Display is: 90 centimeters deep 120 centimeters wide. These
are maximum measurements, so your display may be smaller than this.
Maximum project sizes include all project materials and equipment to
present the project such as display board, models, kits, and devices. Other Exhibit Area Information 1.
A project data book and a research paper are not required but are
recommended. Students should make their own copies to display such
items. 2. All judges will have your abstract before
the judging time so you do not have to distribute the copies of your
abstract to judges. 3. No food or drinks, except small containers of bottled water for personal consumption, are allowed in the exhibit hall. 4. No cell phones are allowed in the exhibit hall. Note that under no circumstances are students allowed to remove their projects until after the close of the Awards Ceremony.