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  • Searching for a four leaf clover on St. Patrick's Day
  • Searching for a four leaf clover on St. Patrick's Day
  • Estimating and measuring the mass of a stapler.
  • Estimating and measuring the mass of post-its.
  • Waiting to see if the scale will balance.
  • Adding more weight to the scale.
  • Group 1 working hard on figuring out the mass of the stapler.
  • Waiting patiently to see if this will be enough weight!
  • There has to a four-leaf clover in there somewhere!
  • Looking closely!
  • Keep looking....maybe there is one there!
  • These girls are determined to find a four leaf clover!
  • Keep looking!
  • Maybe there is a four leaf clover over here!
  • Students passing around the ball covered with
  • Nurse Stacy Dowdy and Nurse Shantae Ford from Dr. Randy Walker's office
  • Using a black light to see germs left from touching the ball.
  • Looking at germs using the black light.
  • Look at all those germs under the fingernails!
  • Group 1 tracing their design onto the pumpkin.
  • Group 2 working hard on getting their cat design onto the pumpkin.
  • Group 3 taking turns tracing the design.
  • Group 4 smiling for the camera
  • Scraping all the ooey gooey out of the inside of the pumpkin!
  • Getting our hands dirty!
  • Still scraping out the pumpkin goo!
  • Mrs. Williamson's official worm handler.
  • Wait!  Don't eat the worm!!!
  • Two worms in the trays ready for observation.
  • Using the hand lens to observe the different parts of a worm.
  • Letting the worm crawl on their arm to feel the bristles.
  • Oops!  This worm left a trail.
  • Do you feel the bristles?
  • I think the worm went to the bathroom!
  • Measuring the length of the worm.
  • Waiting and watching to see if the worm prefers a damp area or dry area.
  • First time to touch a worm for this student!  Way to be brave!
  • Worms getting ready for the last experiment.  Which towel do you think they will choose?
  • The worms picked the damp paper towel over the dry paper towel.
  • Getting the ingredients together for ice cream.
  • Measuring out the milk.
  • Putting all the ingredients in the ziploc bag.
  • Shaking the bag of ice with the ice cream baggie inside to make ice cream.
  • Are your hands getting cold yet?
  • Has it turned into a solid yet?
  • Shaking their bags!
  • We approve of the ice cream!
  • Yummy in our tummy
  • Group 4 gives a thumbs up for the science lab.
  • Sprinkles make everything better.
  • Green sprinkles and strawberry ice cream...YUM!