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Experiments Announced for Emerson's Science Olympiad Fun Night

Posted by Joan Letourneau on Jan 26, 2011

Nine fun and exciting experiments (described below) have been chosen for Emerson School’s 2nd Annual Science Olympiad Fun Night to be held from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Monday, March 14, 2011.

These hands-on learning activities have been chosen to spark the imagination and illuminate the world of science! Students will be placed on four-person teams that will rotate through a series of three amazing science experiments. Sixty parent volunteers will be needed to lead the teams or to help run the experiments.

Look for online registration in mid-February, and please consider helping out.

K-1st grade

  • Animal Trackers – Directed by an expert from the Lakeview Nature Center, students will use their observation skills to determine which animal made that track.
  • Eating Nails for Breakfast – Directed by an expert from Bayer's Making Science Make Sense® program, students will use scientific tools to find out what’s really in the foods we eat.
  • Make it Move – Teams will be challenged to harness the power of their lungs to move various objects. The results will blow you away!

2nd-3rd grade

  • A is for Anatomy
    – Directed by Dr. Casey, the children will explore the human anatomy using real medical tools and models. Say ahhhhh!
  • Alka Rockets – Directed by an expert from Bayer's Making Science Make Sense® program, students will learn about Newton’s law of motion and chemical reactions by shooting rockets. Watch out moon, here we come!
  • Angry Birds! – Students will learn about angles and will be challenged to catapult gummy bears, marshmallows and other goodies into the air. Look out below!

4th-5th grade

  • Crime Scene – A not-so-serious crime has been committed at Emerson!Students will use their detective skills to solve the mystery. Good luck detectives!
  • Bouncing with Chemistry – It’s messy, it’s fun, it bounces. Yes folks, it’s science! Students will learn how to use the scientific method and household ingredients to make their own bouncy balls.
  • Marble Roller Coaster – Students get the chance to design their own rockin' roller coasters using various materials and their imaginations. Motion sickness not included!

Please see the Science Olympiad page for more information.

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