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Mix a variety of Crayola art supplies with your own knowledge and research to come up with an eye-catching science fair display! Use these ideas for any school or group project as well as fun signs!
Combine your information and Crayola art supplies to create charts, diagrams, and tables. The colors will highlight your graphics and research on any subject. Here are some tips to design your best display yet!
Frame printed-out information and graphics by cutting off excess paper edges with Crayola Scissors. Glue each page to bright paper that is slightly larger. Add colorful borders if you like with Crayola Markers, Colored Pencils, and/or Crayons.
Cut out the large letters of your title from colored paper. Outline the letters with bold colors to make them really stand out.
Crop pictures and other graphics you want to include.
Before gluing your work to a tri-fold display board, experiment to find the best layout.
Catch attention by using curvy lines that continue on several different pieces of information, or by framing the attachments with repeating shapes or overlapping lines.
When your composition is balanced and eye-catching, glue your work to the presentation board. Show your display with pride!
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