Third grade scientists identify and classify sharks teeth- Different diet? Different tooth shape! Just another classic example of “Form Follows Function”- and fun!
PS Science has partnered to form an innovative new after school class to give English Language Learner students extra time, in an engaging setting, to practice their speaking and listening while conducting hands-on science investigations. So far our passionate scientists have explored magnets, symmetry, electricity and more!
These 2nd grade engineers were given a bag of materials and told to build a car that could roll freely down a ramp. And they did… all different designs! Next, they tested to see how different ramp surfaces affected their cars’ rolling. They attended to their tests with passion!
These sharp kindergarten scientists can tell a cirrus cloud from cumulous clouds- can you? What’s your favorite type of cloud we asked? “Friday afternoon cumulous clouds” was this student’s response.
Third grade scientists traveled back in time on a cold, rainy March day to see first-hand the fossil remains of Ice Age animals that lived in Los Angeles 10,000 years ago. Students have been studying what fossils can tell us about the plants, animals, and environment of the past.