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Science AND Learning AND Art.... Oh My Again!

I finally got around to taking pictures of some of the finished products from our Science and Art projects. I don't have them all, but I wanted y'all to see some of the great projects our students made.

These student scientists used a variety of materials to create a display of many of the things that make up the human body. There are atoms, double helixes, blood cells.... and more. I loved seeing their thinking and what they have learned about the human body.


These two girls made a paper mache eyeball. They even put clay inside the opening to create a lens to make sure their project was anatomically correct. Love it!

This group of scientific learners created double helixes using pipe cleaners.

They even used our classroom chart paper to help them create it! SO proud :).



These scientific learners created blood and oxygen flow through the body and explained the process on their poster board. They used white clay and blue and read paint to create their blood and oxygen flow.



I will post the rest as soon as a I can figure out how to rotate the rest of the pictures off my phone. I don't want y'all to have to look at the screen sideways :).

Good night!

~Martina

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