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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Gas

Mixed the old favorite…baking soda and vinegar to have the gas blow up our orange balloons. https://www.icanteachmychild.com/magic-jack-o-lantern/

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Lab Report: Traffic Pattern Observation

First Name: Anna Age: 7 Experiment Title: Traffic Pattern Observation What was your hypothesis?: My hypothesis was that at 4pm on Friday there were going to be 2 cars per minute. My hypothesis was that at 5pm there would be 3 cars per minute.I thought there would be more cars at 5pm than at 4pm […]

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Lab Report: Comparison of Traffic Patterns During Rush Hour and Non-Rush Hour

First Name: Aaron Age: 6 Experiment Title: Comparison of Traffic Patterns During Rush Hour and Non-Rush Hour What was your hypothesis?: My hypothesis was that when it was rush hour (5:00pm) there would be more cars driving on our street.My estimate was that at 4:00pm there would be 2 cars per minute, and that at […]

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Lab Report: Snow Globe

  First Name: Hili Age: 9 Experiment Title: Snow Globe What was your hypothesis?: I thought it wouldnt drip water out when i rolled it, It was fun to make. I thought the snowflakes will drop to the bottom. What materials did you use in your experiment? List them all.: Plastic circle. Small figurine. Fake […]

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Oobleck

Today we discussed viscosity. (Viscosity: resistance of a fluid (liquid or gas) to a change in shape, or movement of neighbouring portions relative to one another. Viscosity denotes opposition to flow.) We got our hands dirty and made oobleck! 🙂 https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/oobleck-bring-science-home/

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Leaf Wreath

With fall in full swing and the leaves changing colors, I encouraged the kids to create a fall wreath keepsake. They were constructed out of paper plates, brown paint mixed with glue, artificial leaves of varying colors, tissue paper, and ribbon.

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Wreaths

Today we started working on a wreath project, Kids did wonderful job threading mesh into a wreath form, we even had one starwars themed wreath. We continued working on our beaded projects from last week.

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Coral Reefs

Today, Neutrons were studying ocean habitats in Writer’s Workshop, so we made coral reefs in art class. We used styrofoam semi-spheres, pipe cleaners, beads, and plastic discs to make colorful coral reefs. All of the kids worked hard and went home with some beautiful creations!

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Oceans

The neutrons began to look at our world’s oceans today. We looked at a globe and realized that most of our planet is covered with oceans. We labeled a paper about the ocean zones and the types of animals that live in the different zones. We noticed that one of the animals that lives in […]

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Bouncy Balls

Today we got our hands messy and made Bouncy Balls! https://thestemlaboratory.com/how-to-make-bouncy-balls/

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