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MrsNovak 11h
Having some engineering fun with Mystery Science. Second graders designed and built towers 12 inches or taller with only index cards and paper clips.
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Mrs. Hatfield 16h
What better way to explain night and day than to BE the earth? 🌎 ☀️
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Carlee Mooney Dec 5
We experimented shaking blocks of sugar in a container, representing rocks tumbling down a mountain side. How did the sugar change?
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Bob Byland Dec 9
Finally remembered to take a pic of ⁦⁦ Love this resource! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Stiles Point Elementary School 17h
It’s snowing in Mrs. Clevanger’s class! They loved exploring why snow looks white
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Mrs.Batzer Dec 5
love love love experiments. They make my job so much easier and the kids LOVE it as much as I do.
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Kate Merten Dec 9
Our 4th grade scientists are exploring how rocks break apart over time
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St. William Dec 3
Students were challenged to warm up a frozen playground.
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Ms. Sleek Dec 4
Is this wave length coming from a high pitch sound or low pitch ?
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David Gowryluk Dec 4
Testing out reaction time with Mr. G in 4C to see how the brain works. Check out this reaction time. Future hall of famer.
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HeyDrTay Dec 6
Can anyone figure out what we’re making tonight????
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Wietig'sWildcats Dec 5
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QueenCreekElementary Dec 5
These are awesome inventions! Thank you Mrs. Raymond's class.
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Ms. MacKenzie Dec 5
We’re working hard, using what we’ve been learning about area, to try and figure how how much salt water and fresh water there is in the world!
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Michelle Lightner 17h
In science, we have been discussing weather and climate! Today we assembled our map of the world to look at climate patterns!
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Michelle Steshoski Dec 3
Learning how and why flowers are pollinated with a lesson! We had a lot of fun today!
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Check out my classroom on ! I'd love your help to bring my project to life: via donations will be matched 🥰
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Karen Williamson Dec 6
There’s a lot of shaking going on here to demonstrate how rocks are weathered. Great activity using sugar cubes!!
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Jessica Cochran Dec 6
Learning about energy with our Twist-O-Matics!
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Mrs. Gable Dec 10
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