May 7, 2019
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5th Grade- Robotics

Mrs. Ball’s fifth grade class created a toy using VEX pieces that had to have at least one moving part.  They then created a test bed to learn how the motors and sensors work.

May 7, 2019
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Fifth Grade – Immune System

Our fifth grade students on day 1 and 2 learned about the most effective form of hand washing and how the immune system helps fight against germs.  They created a visual model and prepared a presentation using Google Slides or Clips.

 

May 7, 2019
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Third Grade – Variation of Traits

Our third grade classes visited 8 stations to determine the genotype and the phenotype of a baby plant and then created the plant with paper cut outs of the traits.  We then grew real plants to analyze why the third generation had green and purple stems.

 

May 6, 2019
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Second Grade – Form and Function

Our second grade students learned about the life cycles of plants and how things in nature inspire engineer’s in their designs.  Their final project was to design a seed spreader that could spread seeds over a large distance in a short amount of time.

April 24, 2019
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Air Zoo Science Innovation Hall of Fame Awards

On April 13 I had the honor of accepting the Air Zoo Science Innovation Hall of Fame Award for my work with the STEAM program here in Hudsonville.  It was an amazing event and the Air Zoo is doing great things in the area of STEAM education.  I hope your family will take a trip and visit them over the summer.

 

 

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