Frey’s fifth-grade science class was busy in the science lab at Wellington Elementary School.
The students learned about how to do a controlled experiment. They were testing how high a ball would bounce on different surfaces.
The fifth graders visited six different stations and recorded their findings. They also performed an experiment on the importance of following directions and accuracy.
If the students performed all the directions and measured the liquids accurately, they produced the colors of the rainbow at the end of the experiment.
The science lab is available for all of the grades to visit. The students love experimenting and making new discoveries while learning all about science.
ABOVE: T.J. Piggee, Amparo Lavado, Katelyn Figueredo, Dylan Avella and Arianna Vitrano measure the liquids to create a rainbow.