Students Engage in Learning at Super Saturdays

Whether learning about science, humanities, math, or another subject, first through eighth graders were engaged in hands-on, minds-on learning during the second week of Winter Super Saturdays February 6.

Nita Cole allows her students to examine a human brain in Science 'R Us.
Nita Cole allows her students to examine a human brain in Science ‘R Us.
Ashton Perruquet looks to his teacher, Christy Givens, for instructions before dropping his parachute for a test in Amazing Science Lab.
Ashton Perruquet looks to his teacher, Christy Givens, for instructions before dropping his parachute for a test in Amazing Science Lab.
Ainsley Stobaugh mixes borax and water that will be used to create a colored goo in Science Spectacular Saturdays.
Ainsley Stobaugh mixes borax and water that will be used to create a colored goo in Science Spectacular Saturdays.
Christopher Cohron (left) and Hudson Nottmeier examine evidence found in a mock crime scene during CSI Jr. Detective Academy.
Christopher Cohron (left) and Hudson Nottmeier examine evidence found in a mock crime scene during CSI Jr. Detective Academy.
A student admires the DNA model she created in CSI Jr. Detecitve Academy.
A student admires the DNA model she created in CSI Jr. Detecitve Academy.
Lucas Rounds lables his model of the solar system during To Infinity and Beyond: Discovering Our Solar System.
Lucas Rounds lables his model of the solar system during To Infinity and Beyond: Discovering Our Solar System.
Stella Forney uses whole milk and almond milk to write hidden messages in CSI Jr. Detective Academy.
Stella Forney uses whole milk and almond milk to write hidden messages in CSI Jr. Detective Academy.
Hannah Carter mixes ingredients to create a colored goo in Science Spectacular Saturdays.
Hannah Carter mixes ingredients to create a colored goo in Science Spectacular Saturdays.
Kaylee Kessler (left) and Sheryl Sun make Roman coins out of clay during Time Travelers. The class "traveled through time" to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Kaylee Kessler (left) and Sheryl Sun make Roman coins out of clay during Time Travelers. The class “traveled through time” to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Samuel Duncan (from left), Noah Butler, and Ahumuza Muzoora play Yahtzee after learning about the probabilities of various outcomes in Math Behind the Games.
Samuel Duncan (from left), Noah Butler, and Ahumuza Muzoora play Yahtzee after learning about the probabilities of various outcomes in Math Behind the Games.
Lucas McFall plays Yahtzee after learning about the probabilities of various outcomes in Math Behind the Games.
Lucas McFall plays Yahtzee after learning about the probabilities of various outcomes in Math Behind the Games.
Mary Skaggs helps Jakkson Neal during an astronout simulation activity during To Infinity and Beyond: Discovering Our Solar System. Students used tongs to move tile shapes into marked places while only looking at the pieces in a mirror.
Mary Skaggs helps Jakkson Neal during an astronout simulation activity during To Infinity and Beyond: Discovering Our Solar System. Students used tongs to move tile shapes into marked places while only looking at the pieces in a mirror.
McKenzie Perdew helps Cooper Rivette (left) cut out a paper vase in Time Travelers. The class "traveled through time" to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
McKenzie Perdew helps Cooper Rivette (left) cut out a paper vase in Time Travelers. The class “traveled through time” to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Stella Miner creates a vase out of paper during Time Travelers. The class "traveled through time" to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Stella Miner creates a vase out of paper during Time Travelers. The class “traveled through time” to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Silas Berkshire glues a page into his passport during Time Travelers. The class "traveled through time" to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
Silas Berkshire glues a page into his passport during Time Travelers. The class “traveled through time” to learn about ancient Romans on the second Saturday of Winter Super Saturdays.
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