Campbellsville Middle School science students recently experimented with Gobstopper candies.
In Amy Knifley’s integrated science class, students are learning about how to set up and conduct experiments.
Students were divided into groups, given several Gobstopper candies and instructed to place them in the four corners of a bowl.
After pouring water in the bowl, students recorded their observations.
Students looked at what happened to the color of the candies and water, along with how the candies changed shape and size.
After the experiment was complete, students answered questions and drew a diagram of their bowl.
CMS eighth-graders Savannah Gumm, at left, and MaCayla Falls read the instructions for their lab exercise.
CMS teacher Amy Knifley helps eighth-grade students, from left, Dalton Reynolds, Austin Jeffries and Ryan Milburn as they perform their lab exercise.
CMS eighth-grader MaCayla Falls pours water into her group’s bowl.
CMS teacher Amy Knifley helps eighth-grader AunDaya Coleman pour water.
CMS eighth-graders, from left, Logan Rakes, Yash Patel, Tezon Mitchell and Nate Arachi perform their experiment.
CMS eighth-graders, from left, Christina Miller, Karley Morris and Serenity Ford perform their experiment.
CMS teacher Amy Knifley helps eighth-grader Christina Miller and her group as they analyze what’s happening to their Gobstopper candies.
CMS eighth-graders, from left, Austin Jeffries, Ryan Milburn and Dalton Reynolds watch to see what happens to their Gobstopper candies.
CMS eighth-graders AunDaya Coleman, at left, and Sumara Berry answer questions after performing their lab exercise.
CMS eighth-graders, from left, Christina Miller, Karley Morris and Serenity Ford perform their lab exercise.
From left, CMS eighth-graders Tezon Mitchell, Nate Arachi, Logan Rakes and Yash Patel perform their lab exercise.