CMP’s 13th Annual Science Fair
Our Science Fair was a huge success. We had an amazing variety of fascinating experiments and displays, including many that provided a hands-on experience. The Laurel Class had everything from “Mythbusters-Is a Dog's Mouth Cleaner than a Human’s?” (no, it isn't according to Damion), to crystals, to how much sugar is in different candies. The Sequoia Class had the theme of "May the Force Be with You", and had several “Forces” projects, including: mousetrap vehicle racing (pictured above), presentations from students on Newton's 3 Laws, paintings of Scientists throughout time and their inventions/discoveries, student videos on forces, and the Rube Goldberg video. The Maple Class had a variety of projects displayed that represented the standards for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade Science. All were unique and beautifully done. The Aspen students had a wide variety of science experiments and research on display, including a programmed and built robot car, a hands-on exhibit demonstrating the different types of pulleys, and a cool experiment called "Tornado in a Bottle."
It was an afternoon filled with wonder and enthusiasm, and it was joyous to see how many students, parents, and grandparents were here to tour each of the classrooms. Thank you for participating. This is always one of our favorite community building events!