Project Examples

This is a simple Heritage Fairs project at the grades 4 & 5 level. It has a backboard and few props.  Most of the information is on the backboard itself. It is very colourful and has a lot of primary sources – in this case, personal family photographs.
This is a complex Heritage Fairs project at the grades 4 & 5 level. In addition to the backboard, the student has included several props, including a reproduction of a historical document. The display is well-organized and includes cartoons to draw in viewers. 
This is a complex Heritage Fairs project at the grades 7 & 8 level. In addition to the backboard, it includes several models and digital elements. It makes use of all the space allotted. The print is somewhat small, but contains a lot of different information and is well-organized.
This is a standard Heritage Fairs project at the grades 7 & 8 level. It includes a model, props, and a digital element. While older students are expected to display more research, the visual element is key. This is also an opportunity for fun and creativity.

 

Typical Grade 6-level Projects:

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Student Heritage Fair projects from each Regional and Provincial Heritage Fair in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 are available here

You can also view 30 second videos of four students who participated in the 2013 Provincial Heritage Showcase by clicking below:

 

 

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