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“The corn adds a bit of sweetness to the salsa.”

The kindergartner entomologists searched in the garden for creatures. Students found a range of animals – from insects to non-insects. They searched under logs, in plants, and in the soil for an living thing. After collecting, students categorized their discoveries as … Continue reading

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“Decomposers break it down!”

The fourth and fifth graders explored decomposers this week. Two classes worked on their decomposition experiments. One class had time to design their own experiment. After being shown their materials, students brainstormed how they could answer the question “how long does … Continue reading

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Let’s see how this breaks down.

To further their study of decomposition, the 4th graders in Ms. Linder’s class began an experiment. The students were presented with three different questions about decomposition and were told what materials were at their disposal. In small groups, they brainstormed, … Continue reading

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