Physics Zoo presented at Lone Jack


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Photos submitted Brenda Ferguson explains to kindergartners Roman Bridges, Madison Howard, Mikayla Wooten, Hayden Saunders, Tanner McDonald and Dalton Grubbs what they are going to learn in the Physics Zoo. Billie Fuson and Brandy Calvert help another group of Kindergarten students at a different center. Kindergarten student Katie Hobbs is pictured with Mrs. Billie.


Seventh-graders students Haden Uhrig, Jayden Black, Canyon Freels, Devin Fuson, Luke Fuson and Dylan Honeycutt are testing the “Balancing Bird” activity.


Brandy Calvert, Bell County Office of the UK Cooperative Extension Office, presented a Physics Zoo exhibition in February for kindergarten, first and fourth- through eighth-grade.

The Physics Zoo taught the students how to make circuit boards, visible electric motors, electromagnets, spectroscopes, vacuums, rollercoasters and lots more items.

Students seemed to like the Balancing Bird most of all. They got to put it on their fingertip, and it balanced itself out without falling off. They thought this was amazing. In collaboration with the Lone Jack FRYSC and Brandy Calvert, the Physics Zoo was a success.

Photos submitted Brenda Ferguson explains to kindergartners Roman Bridges, Madison Howard, Mikayla Wooten, Hayden Saunders, Tanner McDonald and Dalton Grubbs what they are going to learn in the Physics Zoo. Billie Fuson and Brandy Calvert help another group of Kindergarten students at a different center. Kindergarten student Katie Hobbs is pictured with Mrs. Billie.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_PhysicsZoo.jpgPhotos submitted Brenda Ferguson explains to kindergartners Roman Bridges, Madison Howard, Mikayla Wooten, Hayden Saunders, Tanner McDonald and Dalton Grubbs what they are going to learn in the Physics Zoo. Billie Fuson and Brandy Calvert help another group of Kindergarten students at a different center. Kindergarten student Katie Hobbs is pictured with Mrs. Billie.

Seventh-graders students Haden Uhrig, Jayden Black, Canyon Freels, Devin Fuson, Luke Fuson and Dylan Honeycutt are testing the “Balancing Bird” activity.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_PhysicsZoo3.jpgSeventh-graders students Haden Uhrig, Jayden Black, Canyon Freels, Devin Fuson, Luke Fuson and Dylan Honeycutt are testing the “Balancing Bird” activity.

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