Campbellsville Middle School fourth-graders recently performed an experiment by flipping water bottles.
In Samantha Coomer’s science class, students were asked to take turns flipping bottles filled with varying amounts of water.
After flipping the bottles a specific number of times and recording how many times the bottle landed correctly, students answered questions about the experiment.
Students were asked to think about whether the amount of water in the bottle impacted whether it landed correctly when flipped.
When the experiment was finished, students analyzed their data.
CMS fourth-graders Jaclyn Jackson, at left, reacts as her bottle drops to the table, as classmate Marissa Segura counts how many times Jackson has flipped the bottle.
CMS fourth-grader Carmen Gurley flips her water bottle as her groupmates watch.
CMS fourth-grader Dakota Broyles flips her water bottle as her groupmates watch.
CMS fourth-grader Logan England reacts as his bottle lands correctly, along with classmate Zeke Harris, center. Tre Shipione, at left, keeps count of how many times England has flipped the bottle.
CMS fourth-grader Isabel Dengel catches her water bottle.
CMS fourth-grader Averi Perkins flips her water bottle as her groupmates watch.
CMS fourth-grader Anna Floyd flips her water bottle, as classmate Kaitlyn Keith watches.