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Catchy Title for Science Fair

Postby lrodriguez7 » Wed Jan 20, 2021 1:03 pm

My daughters project is about Soil Erosion.
We need help with a catchy title.

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Re: Catchy Title for Science Fair

Postby sydneyolson » Wed Jan 20, 2021 2:40 pm


Do you mind providing any further details about the project, such as her hypothesis or anything she discovered/researched while doing the project? This could help in coming up with a catchy title, thank you!

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Re: Catchy Title for Science Fair

Postby cnoonan180 » Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:47 pm


Please provide your research/project question or a project goal so the mentors can better help you brainstorm a catchy and informative project title. The more information about your project you provide, the better the mentors at Science Buddies can assist you!

A good format to follow when establishing a project title is [informative]: [catchy]

For example, a soil erosion project procedure through the Science Buddies website (link to this project here: ... il-erosion) could have a title such as (just for example and brainstorming purposes, I chose to model some title suggestions off this project):

1) Super Stoppers: Can Plants Stop Soil Erosion?
2) Plant Protection: Can Plants Help Prevent Soil Erosion?

Hope this helps!

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Re: Catchy Title for Science Fair

Postby travel_girl08 » Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:13 am

Hello! :D

I have a few ideas but since there isn't much information given, I cannot help with the informative side. I do have a few catchy ideas. Just try using the "Catchy: Informative" method.

Here are some possibilities:
Don't Spoil the Soil: A Soil Erosion Experiment
Soil Singles: A Soil Erosion Experiment
Life is Supported by Soil: A Soil Erosion Experiment
Save Our Soil: A Soil Erosion Experiment

Hope this helps! Good luck! :wink:

travel_girl08 :mrgreen:

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