Third Grade Rocks!
Third grade rocks! Third graders paired up with 8th graders to create rocks for their rock unit. They created igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks all out of crayons. It was a great hands on experience! Thank you Mr. P for letting your students teach us!
Students in fourth grade are beginning a unit on electricity. The unit started with a lesson and experiment on static electricity. Students learned that static electricity consists of electrons or ions that do not move, and an object becomes electrically charged if it gains or loses electrons. Then, we did some experiments with balloons and our hair. Students had a great time and got to see what happens when they transfer electrons from one surface to another.
The seventh and eighth graders were able to experience the inner workings of frogs. Our young scientists poked and prodded to learn about the various body systems of these amphibians.
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