Fall Super Saturdays Photo Gallery, Week 1

Damien Lyons raises his hand at the beginning of iPad iExplorations during the first Super Saturdays class of the fall October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Damien Lyons raises his hand at the beginning of iPad iExplorations during the first Super Saturdays class of the fall October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Zeke Stumbo, 8, of Bowling Green and his partner Alex Doig, 10, of  Scottsville, use their new macro lens they attached to their iPad to find different patterns around the classroom during iPad iExplorations on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Zeke Stumbo, 8, of Bowling Green and his partner Alex Doig, 10, of Scottsville, use their new macro lens they attached to their iPad to find different patterns around the classroom during iPad iExplorations on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Bobby Morin (middle), 8, of Bowling Green, looks over his partner's shoulder to try and figure out if the photo they took matches one of the photos on the big screen in front of the class with the help of one of their teachers, Robin Tyler, in iPad iExplorations on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Bobby Morin (middle), 8, of Bowling Green, looks over his partner’s shoulder to try and figure out if the photo they took matches one of the photos on the big screen in front of the class with the help of one of their teachers, Robin Tyler, in iPad iExplorations on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Miranda Estes quizzes her students at the beginning of Pokémon Evolution to evaluate the students's knowledge of Pokémon on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Miranda Estes quizzes her students at the beginning of Pokémon Evolution to evaluate the students’s knowledge of Pokémon on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Pokémon Evolution students take a preliminary quiz to see where the students stand in their knowledge of Pokémon on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Pokémon Evolution students take a preliminary quiz to see where the students stand in their knowledge of Pokémon on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Cameron McMahon, 12, of Elizabethtown, builds her own 3D paper Pokémon during the first day of Pokémon Evolution at Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Cameron McMahon, 12, of Elizabethtown, builds her own 3D paper Pokémon during the first day of Pokémon Evolution at Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
The Pokémon Evolution class got together in groups to dig through bins that acted as a Pokémon's environment to figure out their genes. The students learned the basics of what makes a Pokémon a Pokémon for their first class of Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
The Pokémon Evolution class got together in groups to dig through bins that acted as a Pokémon’s environment to figure out their genes. The students learned the basics of what makes a Pokémon a Pokémon for their first class of Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
The Zombie Science class takes a great big zombie themed stretch lead by one of their teachers, Ashley Buchanon, before starting on their experiments the first day of Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
The Zombie Science class takes a great big zombie themed stretch lead by one of their teachers, Ashley Buchanon, before starting on their experiments the first day of Super Saturdays October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Stephanie Helton, one of two teachers for Zombie Science, engages her students to think about why they are doing with an experiment on October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Stephanie Helton, one of two teachers for Zombie Science, engages her students to think about why they are doing with an experiment on October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Ethan and Parker work together to fit a balloon full of puddy around the top of a water bottle for one of the experiments done during Zombie Science on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Ethan and Parker work together to fit a balloon full of puddy around the top of a water bottle for one of the experiments done during Zombie Science on Saturday, October 31. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Students in Zombie Science class use different materials to figure out how to protect an egg in a zombie apocalypse. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Students in Zombie Science class use different materials to figure out how to protect an egg in a zombie apocalypse. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
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