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Lower School STEAM Day
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Friday, March 08, 2019
Pictured: Science teacher, Angie Bell, and 5th grader, Bryant Roland, separate curds and whey as they make plastic from milk.
Pictured: Science teacher, Angie Bell, and 5th grader, Bryant Roland, separate curds and whey as they make plastic from milk.

Southland Academy Lower School hosted STEAM Day on March 1st. Students in grades K3-5th participated in activities related to science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. The teachers planned the activities, and the students had a lots of fun while learning. The younger students enjoyed the activities in their classrooms. They learned about music especially the drums; they also learned about making buildings and towers. They really liked making their own snow. The young Raiders made graphs, as well as baking soda eggs which they watched "hatch" through a chemical reaction. The second, third, fourth, and fifth graders rotated through five different activities. The students made floatation devices, mini lava bottles, coffee filter art, and plastic. They also were very intrigued with the orbital robots.

Southland Academy Lower School STEAM Day provided a fun educational experience for the students.

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