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2021-2022 School Year
Science Bulletin Boards 2021-2022
6th graders measuring the volume of irregular shaped objects using water displacement
6th grade learns about density and how liquids and objects that are more dense sink, while less dense liquids and objects float
In 7th grade we made a cloud in a jar to demonstrate how evaporation and condensation work to form clouds in the sky
6th graders made a Newtonian fluid
7th grade tested air pressure and how its force pushes equally in all directions.
8th graders test Newton's First Law- "an object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless acted upon by an outside force."
8th graders test Newton's Second Law F = M x A (force equals mass times acceleration) by throwing different sized balls as hard as they can.
8th graders experiencing Newton's Third Law of Motion- "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." 
7th graders looking at different liquids under a microscope
2020-2021 School Year
Science Lab Bulletin Boards 2020-2021
8th grade builds STEM boxes
7th graders build parallel and series circuits
6th grade explores chemical reactions
6th grade experiments with surface tension 
7th grade comparing magnifying glasses with microscopes
7th grade studies cells using raw eggs as their model.
6th, 7th, and 8th graders create chemical reactions, using food coloring to observe the reaction. 
7th grade compares different solids and liquids as they learn how to use microscopes.