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Lower School Scientists

Posted on October 13, 2010

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Brian Donnelly's Lower School scientists are hard at work. As part of their investigation of the world around them, Kindergartners create a meadow mural;  K-Omega boys look at fungus samples in the microscope;  first graders determine whether ice filled with paper clips will still float; and third graders, who are learning to generate questions that lead to experimentation and discovery,  explore bubbleology.

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