Family Science Night draws crowd to elementary school
Posted by Angela Denning | Oct 29, 2018
Heather Conn and Gregg Kowalski (in white lab coats) lead students in volcano eruptions at Family Science Night at Rae C. Stedman Elementary School, Oct. 25. (Photo by Angela Denning/KFSK)
Over a hundred kids and their parents showed up for the Stedman Super Spectacular Family Science Night at the Rae C. Stedman Elementary School, Oct. 25.
Participants moved from classroom to classroom to different science activities and experiments. They made slime, drove computerized robot balls, tested the difference between fresh water and salt water, stuck their hands in buckets of ice water to test different insulators, and learned about volcanoes.
KFSK’s Angela Denning created this audio postcard of the event:
All of the Stedman Elementary School staff participated in the science fair. They all wore white lab coats.
Students watched robotic balls get driven through a maze at Family Science Night at Rae C. Stedman Elementary School. (Photo by Angela Denning/KFSK)
Students learned how to drive robotic balls at Family Science Night at Rae C. Stedman Elementary School, Oct. 25. (Photo by Angela Denning/KFSK)
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