Mr. Cahill is doing some awesome experiments with the kids! Check them out below!
2nd graders experimenting with chemical reactions!
Fifth Grade Straw and Spaghetti Bridge
How much weight will it hold?
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First Grade Fun in the Science Lab!
First grade was studying weather in their classroom. They went to the science lab to build a structure to withstand wind. Mr. Bob used a fan at different speeds to represent wind. The fabulous first graders also made anemometers and went outside to test them!
The ice bucket challenge is a bridge building exercise using straws, toothpicks, spaghetti, paper, and paper clips. First grade is studying water, so they used ice cubes for the weights.
Fourth Grade Fun in the Science Lab!
The water tower challenge used tubing, straws, binder clips and clay to move water out of a bottle in controlled fashion to demonstrate hydro static pressure.
The first two weeks have been science focused, and the next two weeks will be more STEM focused. The kids (and Mrs. Havrilla) "sparked" their science imagination! They did a Tesla Coil demonstration!
What parents and students are saying...
"My 4th grader, Sarah, who NEVER discusses anything she does at school with me, came home and could not stop talking about science. She told me about the fog and making rain and in her words- the cool stick that had sparks on it in the dark. I am so grateful for your teaching and that you are making science fun for them! Thanks again and Welcome to Davis." -Rachel W.
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