Scientists from HTHT Atlanta took Mrs. Fullilove’s fifth grade class on a “Hair-Raising” adventure and explored the amazing world of electricity. The students at King’s Ridge Christian school in Alpharetta, GA, got hands-on in our “Edison’s Workshop” on March 9th. The class stepped back in time- to the days of Thomas Edison, learning about the different types of energy & electricity. All of the kids participated in FUN electrifying experiments- making their hair stand up with static electricity, discovering the direct connection between electricity and magnetism, and even using batteries to make light bulbs light up and bells ring! Check out the pictures below to see just how much FUN science can be!
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Lakeside Elementary’s fifth-grade students became scientists and shared hands-on experiences of concepts established by Sir Isaac Newton through participating in a PTO-sponsored workshop of “Newton in the Nutshell.”
Cranium Crystal & Rockin’ Ruth Ann, scientists from the Dallas location, used enthusiasm to ignite fifth graders’ minds as they perfromed various experiments to test Newton’s three laws of motion.
You can find out the details of their awesome hands-on experience by reading the latest article in the Plano Star-Courier or just click the link below