STEaM-ing toward fun, learning

February 19, 2020 1:00 AM

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Idaho Hill Elementary first graders conduct an experiment on animal cold adaptation at a recent STEaM event at the school. The students used shortening as blubber and cotton balls as insulators as they conducted an experiment on how penguins keep warm in the cold.

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(Courtesy photo) An Idaho Hill Elementary kindergartner works on a “Snow White Mystery Science” project making snow flakes as part of a STEaM activity at the school recently.

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(Courtesy photo) An Idaho Hill Elementary fourth grader smiles during a session with Ozobot bits coding for National Hour of Code recently. The activity was just one of many the school did as part of its STEaM — Science Math Engineering Arts and Math — program.

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(Courtesy photo) An Idaho Hill Elementary kindergartner works on a "Snow White Mystery Science" project making snow flakes as part of a STEaM activity at the school recently.