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CES science students expand their vocabularies

Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-graders are learning to expand their scientific vocabularies.

 

In Donna White’s class, students are learning scientific terms and the names for equipment they will use when conducting laboratory experiments.

 

To review, students were placed in groups and then practiced matching the names of various scientific equipment with their pictures.

 

Students are studying terms such as microscopes, Bunsen burner, petri dish, stirring rod, thermometer, beaker, funnel, meter stick, ring stand and more.

 

After playing their review game and studying their vocabulary terms on their own, students took a quiz on the material.

 

From left, CES fifth-graders Marissa Segura, Rowan Petett, Michael Abel and Deanna Reardon match their scientific terms with their pictures.

From left, CES fifth-graders Marissa Segura, Rowan Petett, Michael Abel and Deanna Reardon match their scientific terms with their pictures.

 

CES fifth-graders Michael Abel, at left, and Deanna Reardon check their scientific terms to see if they are paired with the right pictures.

CES fifth-graders Michael Abel, at left, and Deanna Reardon check their scientific terms to see if they are paired with the right pictures.

 

CES fifth-grade teacher Donna White checks her students’ vocabulary terms to see if they are paired with the correct pictures. From left are Deanna Reardon, Marissa Segura, Rowan Petett and Joseph Gutierrez.

CES fifth-grade teacher Donna White checks her students’ vocabulary terms to see if they are paired with the correct pictures. From left are Deanna Reardon, Marissa Segura, Rowan Petett and Joseph Gutierrez.





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