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ACPC students make discoveries in Family Science Night

By Paula Garrison, Coordinator
Adair County Primary Center Family Resource Center

Family Science Night was held at Adair County Primary Center on Thursday, March 7, 2019. This event was sponsored by Title I, Family Resource Center, and Camp Casey.

Students from Mrs. Judy Bradshaw's Lindsey Wilson College Science Methods class along with a student from her Fundamental class set up the following Science activities: Race Car Magnets, Tornado, Storm, and Chromatography Butterflies.




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Adair County Primary Center students learning science



2019-03-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison, Coordinator, ACPC Family Resource Center.
Koletyn Bloesl, Adair County Primary Center 2nd grader, is pictured with Lindsey Wilson College Science Methods class student, Jadyn Brummett at her Tornado activity booth. This booth was prepared by Jadyn and Katie Burton from Lindsey Wilson College. This Family Science event was held on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Adair County Primary Center.

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Zayleigh having fun with science at ACPC



2019-03-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison, Coordinator ACPC Family Resources.
Zayleigh Hatchette is pictured with her mom, Antoinette Childers, at Family Science Night. This was held on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Adair County Primary Center. Event was sponsored by Title I, Family Resource Center, and 21st CCLC Camp Casey. This project was led by Mrs. Judy Bradshaw's Lindsey Wilson College Science Methods class. Lindsey Wilson College students, Jadyn Brummett and Katie Burton, prepared this Tornado activity. In this activity, the students dropped food coloring on to the shaving cream clouds to make it look like rain. As it fell to the bottom of the mason jar, it would turn into a small tornado.

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Elaine and Adrian in Race Car Magnets activity



2019-03-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison, Coordinator ACPC Family Resources.
Jessica Simpson, Lindsey Wilson College student, is pictured with Adair County Primary Center students, Elaine Cook and Adrian Zinati at her Race Car Magnets activity. Students were shown how magnets attract and repel by using the race cars to move forward and backward. This Race Car project was prepared and set up by Erika Squires and Jessica Simpson. Ethan Hawkins assisted with this activity. Family Science Night was held at Adair County Primary Center on Thursday, March 7, 2019.

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