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Bubbles are an excellent medium for teaching observation and measurement techniques and illustrating the concept of variables. Sue has her classes conduct several bubble experiments throughout the year. Students have determined the attributes of a bubble that they could measure, … Continue reading
On October 8th, the seventh and eighth grade students took a canoe trip on the Charles River. This annual Lincoln trip has no pre-planned educational agenda; it is meant to be a fun outing that allows the kids to do … Continue reading
Today, the seventh grade students learned to use a dichotomous key to identify tree species. We went outside to practice on two species, a tulip tree and a white pine. One student commented that he was so glad to be … Continue reading
There really is a Valerie Glacier in Alaska! Check it out!