Thursday, June 10, 2010

Take the SCIENCE IN MOTION Challenge!

Today being the last day of science, seemed like a good time to do the Science in Motion Challenge. The Science in Motion Challenge has two parts: a series of questions relating to the experiments carried out over the course of the year and a few fiendishly difficult science dares including:
  • Float a paper clip in water.
  • Insert a sharp pair of scissors into a soap bubble without popping it.
  • Have a catch with a bubble without popping it.
  • Make soap bubbles that are shapes other than spheres.

Armed with their intellect, a sense of adventure, and their lab notebooks, the kids made short work of the questions, the dares, not to mention my back yard!

It's been a great year - I really enjoyed working with your kids!
Have a wonderful summer!


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