What a great time! Awesome kids really make for a great presentation. Last week I presented to over 350 third to sixth grade students on what an Electrostatic Precipitator is and what it does. After two hours of talking to seven different groups, 15 minutes at a time, my voice was shot but my spirits high. This year’s students really engaged and participated making it memorable for all. Photos courtesy of Tim Livingston, The Forester Artist. Thank you!
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Kids make science experiments fun! Do you know what an Electrostatic Precipitator is and what it does?
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Mary had her hands full with bunch of happy kids. We know what makes kids happy …FIELD TRIPS!
I think they were happy to get out of the rain. They were a great bunch of kids. 😉
What a great resource you are for your community. You’re also a good sport! I remember a similar demonstration when I was a student. Field trips like this are not forgotten.
I love creating science experiments related to our books. It’s a great way to make the subject “stick” for the kids. I guarantee, every time these kids experience a static charge, they’ll remember how an Electrostatic Precipitator cleans the air.
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