Bay Shore and Fire Island Students Join in Science Lesson
In an effort to share a year of learning experiences and foster relationship-building, Woodhull School invited Bay Shore students to participate in the Environmental Education program with fifth and sixth grade students. Ten Bay Shore students joined the Woodhull School scientists to explore and develop models of the building blocks of the universe, atoms and simple molecules. They constructed three-dimensional models of atoms, which allowed them to explore the differences between elements, compounds and molecules.
In order to prepare for future science chapters, the students also learned about dissection. Their practice “specimens” were pickles. The students learned how to use dissection tools, as well as how to properly perform a successful dissection and have steady hands.
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Date Added: 9/22/2023
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