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LS Science Fair Displays Diverse Interests

Princeton Day School's youngest scientists recently enjoyed a high-profile opportunity to share with the PDS community what they have been doing in science class, as well as showcase their own independent science projects.

This week and last week, the Lower School Gymateria was transformed into a spectacular array of fascinating scientific discoveries. Students in Kindergarten through Fourth Grade participated in this year's LS Science Fair, which parents, faculty, staff and students from the Lower and Middle Schools came to check out the innovative work. Everything from engaging  games for attendees to match various attributes to different types of animals, to the use of robotics to power lego creations, to compelling experiments with force, mass and gravity were on display.

Lower School Science Teacher Aaron Schomburg notes, "It was wonderful to see how enthusiastic and excited our students were to share their varied and diverse science fair projects this year. They did a great job sharing their newly acquired knowledge on topics they found interesting with everyone who visited." Below are some of the amazing projects developed by our students! To see more, view our Flickr album here.

 

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