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CES students conduct science experiment

Campbellsville Elementary School third-graders recently conducted a science experiment to see if they could change the color of a flower.

 

Students gathered together and watched as their teachers explained how flowers absorb water.

 

To see if they could make a white flower turn a different color, students placed drops of food coloring in a cup of water and then placed their flower inside.

 

A few hours later, students saw that their flower had absorbed the water, and the food coloring had reached the petals.

 

CES teacher Keri Rowe shows her students how a flower absorbs water.

CES teacher Keri Rowe shows her students how a flower absorbs water.

 

CES teacher Keri Rowe shows her students how a flower absorbs water.

CES teacher Keri Rowe shows her students how a flower absorbs water.

 

CES third-grader KayLee Lamer watches as teacher Keri Rowe adds food coloring to water and then places the flower in the cup.

CES third-grader KayLee Lamer watches as teacher Keri Rowe adds food coloring to water and then places the flower in the cup.

 

CES third-grade teacher Keri Rowe explains how a flower absorbs water.

CES third-grade teacher Keri Rowe explains how a flower absorbs water.

 

CES third-grade teacher Keri Rowe explains how a flower absorbs water.

CES third-grade teacher Keri Rowe explains how a flower absorbs water.





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