Planting the seeds of science

July 2, 2015

By Christina Corrales-Toy

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By Christina Corrales-Toy Newcastle Elementary School students (from left) Rex Ryan, Charlie Arnold and David Jimenez explored how insects affected plants for their fifth-grade science project. The school held a science symposium June 12, where students showed off their projects. ‘The students did an amazing job showcasing their findings and sharing their discoveries with an authentic audience,’ said fifth-grade teacher Liza Rickey.

By Christina Corrales-Toy
Newcastle Elementary School students (from left) Rex Ryan, Charlie Arnold and David Jimenez explored how insects affected plants for their fifth-grade science project. The school held a science symposium June 12, where students showed off their projects. ‘The students did an amazing job showcasing their findings and sharing their discoveries with an authentic audience,’ said fifth-grade teacher Liza Rickey.

By Christina Corrales-Toy Newcastle Elementary School fifth-grader Charlie Arnold holds his science symposium project, a habitat filled with crickets. He, along with classmates Rex Ryan and David Jiminez studied how crickets affected plants. The trio discovered that yes, crickets will eat the plants placed in the habitat. The project was a part of a June 12 Newcastle Elementary fifth-grade science symposium.

By Christina Corrales-Toy
Newcastle Elementary School fifth-grader Charlie Arnold holds his science symposium project, a habitat filled with crickets. He, along with classmates Rex Ryan and David Jiminez studied how crickets affected plants. The trio discovered that yes, crickets will eat the plants placed in the habitat. The project was a part of a June 12 Newcastle Elementary fifth-grade science symposium.

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