|Fourth Grade says "THANK YOU!"|
Friday, February 26, 2016
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
|Testing the angle of the solar panel|
Fourth Grade students studied wind, solar and water power with the Vermont Energy Education Program.
|reading the volts produced at 90 degrees to light source|
|testing the electric output when you change the angle of the wind blades|
|energy in motion|
Friday, February 12, 2016
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Trying to identify if various natural elements are sources of food, water or shelter for their animal's habitat.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Friday, February 5, 2016
Students counted the number of swings in 1 minute...
Measuring time with an egg timer - for pendulums with four different lengths of string - 20cm, 30, cm, 50cm, and 60 cm. They used this data to predict the number of swings that a 40 cm string would have.
|using a free 3D Model program called Tinkercad|
Ian's Exacto holder - when creativity, engineering and 3D Printing work together perfectly.
|This is the first iteration, in black filament. It was a little tippy on the post end, so Ian added additional post supports, and we reprinted it in white. The second iteration is much more stable device.|
|Handy Dandy Elmer's Glue Stand.|
|It's hard to see, but this is built with an open channel so the tray catches the glue. Can be used with a Qtip.|
Ian discovered that again, he needed more stability, so he has redesigned it in the half dome shape of his Exacto stand.
|re-designed glue stand|