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The 2 stuck in your head is probably the number of kids at the table. All kids are encouraged to actively participate, and it looks better to the judges when they do. It doesn't matter whether it is the presentation they put on or talking about the design of the robot, or just answering the judges' questions. This program is all about "the team".

On Nov 5, 2011, at 7:42 PM, Heather Dyson wrote:

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> Is there any rule about how many kids can present during the project presentation? I looked in the handbook and the challenge document, but didn't find anything. I have three kids who want to talk during the presentation. For some reason, I had in my head that only two could talk, but now I can't find that anywhere.
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> Thanks!
> Heather Dyson
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