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In the Classroom
Sixth Grade Science Fair
Asking Good Questions
Ever wonder which plants best survive saltwater flooding? Or which lightbulb is the best value? How about what type of pan will prevent cookies from burning? These were some of the questions our sixth graders chose to research for their Science Fair projects.
Practicing Public Speaking
They faced a team of external judges who peppered them with questions about their procedures and findings.
These real-life conversations motivate and reward students as much (or more) as any grading scale could. How fun to see them shine as they practiced their public speaking skills!
Eye contact ✅
Firm handshake ✅
Clear expression of ideas ✅