Science Share

Science Share
Sean Carroll

Grade 5 and 6 share their work from the How the World Works unit of inquiry.

Grade 5 and 6 students got a chance to show off their growing knowledge of science when parents and students gathered in the drama room for a sharing of learning session.  Grade 5 students shared a variety of topics with their audience.  Some showed an experiment to determine if molecules were moving in a liquid.  Some showed how to calculate the density of irregularly shaped objects. Some created density towers to compare the relative density of various materials. Some used properties of matter to classify materials.

All in all, it was a great day of shared learning.  As always, we want to thank all the parents who were able to come and participate in this event. And thank you to Mr. Brittain for the great photos. You can find more photos on Seisen Website.

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