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Rachel Tharpe Sep 17
Who’s hungry? Today we are studying changing states of matter by making s’mores! Yum!
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Brandy Shoemake Sep 17
Today we did virtual labs for testing thermal insulators! We got to document the temperature change as we tested 3 items. Kiddos were making great connections!
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Mount Aviat Academy Sep 17
Learning about kinetic energy can be pretty fun!
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Megan Stephens Sep 17
Making our own wet mount slides and learning about microscopes!
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Megan Stephens 21h
What’s the Matter? We found out today in Physical Science! Making our own glue while demonstrating chemical changes.
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Soma Ghosh(Shormi) Sep 14
The beauty behind working with biological datasets with computational approach is the ability to predict and interpret experimental values. However, the way you find out things is an art.
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Jen Sheffield 14h
5th-graders loved using for the first time to work in pairs to create drawings and write examples to demonstrate their understanding of the vocabulary we are learning related to surface tension. The competition was fierce to pass Quality Control!
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Science Fun! SFFE Sep 17
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nikki.frenche Sep 17
Hands on science, exploring the ins and outs of fruits and vegetables!
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MrsHassett Sep 16
Grade 4s proving light travels in a straight line, grade 3s learning how vibrations are what give us sound
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Red Kite Days Sep 17
Lots of fun at a class in Caversham this morning. Fun experiments
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Maysie Stevenson 19h
Mrs. Weiss’ class is having so much fun testing out their bath toys. Will they float and are they magnetic?😬🎉
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Mrs. Isom 22h
Learning about the design process by designing and constructing a bridge!
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Thomas Schwarzl 23h
I recently bought an UV sterilization hand vacuum and realized that it uses similar wavelength to our crosslinkers we use in the but also learned that DNA and RNA are harmful microorganisms according to the manual.
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Lisa Grainger Sep 11
Gifts from Mr. Williams science class!!! And who said says science isn’t fun!!!
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WaimeaCountrySchool Sep 10
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SantiagoSuperheroes 17h
We ended our day by taking a close look at our thumbs using hand lenses!
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Krod Sep 15
Newest & Clearest photo of Pluto #●●●●● nasahubble 📸📸🎥🎥🦈💦
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Melissa Lowenthal Sep 17
Science fun! 🧬 using the to observe, analyze and conclude what would happen to Gobstoppers in water. Our findings were amazing!
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PlumCrafty Sep 12
More from the capital, this time via the . Really fascinating, and the best thing is entry is free!
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