2011-06-24 / School News

Science Fair For Public School 47



Katie Spencer, 7th grade, used an iodine indicator to identify which juice has the most vitamin C. She found that frozen orange juice has the most vitamin C. Katie Spencer, 7th grade, used an iodine indicator to identify which juice has the most vitamin C. She found that frozen orange juice has the most vitamin C.

Kelsey Trudden, 7th grade, “batted a thousand” with her investigation of which type of bat is best. According to her data, the composite bat batted the ball the farthest. Kelsey Trudden, 7th grade, “batted a thousand” with her investigation of which type of bat is best. According to her data, the composite bat batted the ball the farthest.

Carolyn Crocker, 7th grade, knows a lot about swimming. Her experiment tested the effects of drag on swimming. She swam in different types of clothing to determine which created the least drag. She discovered that swimming in her Fastskin bathing suit had the least drag. Carolyn Crocker, 7th grade, knows a lot about swimming. Her experiment tested the effects of drag on swimming. She swam in different types of clothing to determine which created the least drag. She discovered that swimming in her Fastskin bathing suit had the least drag.

Lexi Montella and Shannon Mangan, 4th grade, are all charged up! They learned how to get electricity from a lemon. This is possible because the “acid in the lemon releases electrons that flow through connected wires. Lexi Montella and Shannon Mangan, 4th grade, are all charged up! They learned how to get electricity from a lemon. This is possible because the “acid in the lemon releases electrons that flow through connected wires.

Ralph Turchio, 4th grade student, designed a test for hand-eye coordination. You had to move a ring around an arc from one end to the other without touching it. If the ring touched the arc, a light would go on. It takes good hand-eye coordination to accomplish this. Ralph Turchio, 4th grade student, designed a test for hand-eye coordination. You had to move a ring around an arc from one end to the other without touching it. If the ring touched the arc, a light would go on. It takes good hand-eye coordination to accomplish this.

Third graders showed their expertise to eighth graders by describing their experiment about animal body cover insulators to them. Third graders showed their expertise to eighth graders by describing their experiment about animal body cover insulators to them.

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