HopePressler1
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Help with a title

Postby HopePressler1 » Thu Jan 21, 2021 12:41 pm

Hi,
I'm a 7th grader, and I was wondering what would be a good title for my science fair project. My science fair project is about typing two family's blood and seeing if there is a relationship between the parents blood type and their offsprings. I would appreciate any suggestions.

Thank you,
Sam :D

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Re: Help with a title

Postby alyssaSTEMg » Fri Jan 22, 2021 6:50 am

I'm not very good at these kinds of things, but here is the best I found:

"What's Your Type? Finding Blood Type Through Your Family"

or

"It Runs In The Family: The Genetics of Blood Type"

That's really the best I can do, someone else may have something that is more what you're looking for.

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Re: Help with a title

Postby 17eugenekim » Fri Jan 22, 2021 8:25 am

Just trying to throw out a few more:

"Thicker Than Water: Genetics of Blood Type"

"Blood Relatives: Tracking Blood Type Between Parent and Offspring"

"How Does Parent Blood Type Affect Child Blood Type?"

(Honestly those are the most common "formulas" for making titles. You can do "[catchy phrase title] : [more descriptive subtitle]", or "[the central research question]".)

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Re: Help with a title

Postby HopePressler1 » Fri Jan 22, 2021 12:16 pm

Thank you,
Sam

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Re: Help with a title

Postby cnoonan180 » Sat Feb 06, 2021 9:40 am

Hello!

When thinking of a creative and informative science fair project title, a good format to follow is [catchy]:[informative]
Usually, catchy titles consist of some type of pun, wordplay, rhyme, or words beginning with the same letter to make the title easy for others to remember!

Here are a few other suggestions you can use to brainstorm:

1. Bonding through Blood (Type): How Do Parents' Blood Types Relate to Offsprings' Blood Types?
2. Relationships in Red: How Do Parents' Blood Types Relate to Offsprings' Blood Types?
3. Bloodlines: Parent and Offspring Relationships in Blood Type

Hope this helps!
-cnoonan180

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Re: Help with a title

Postby travel_girl08 » Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:05 am

Hello! :D

When considering title ideas for your specific science fair project, I thought you should go with the "Catchy: Informative" motive. I'm not the best at coming up with titles but here are a few.

You're Somebody's Type: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
We Know You've Got It In You: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
It's the Blood That Brings Us Together: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
There is No Bad Blood: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
OR this might work for you... :lol:
Bad Blood?: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
Bonds Not Bloods: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings
OR you could even switch it around... :lol:
Bloods Not Bonds: The Relationship Between Parents' Blood Types and Their Offsprings

Hope this helps! You can always change the informative side too! :wink:
Good luck!
travel_girl08 :mrgreen:


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