Afternoon Authors Write and Present Mother's Day Books

Rees Elementary News - Sun, 05/11/2014 - 3:42pm
Attributions: Afternoon Classes
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Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Kindergarten Authors Honor Mothers

Rees Elementary News - Sun, 05/11/2014 - 3:14pm
Attributions: Morning (not Mourning) Kindergarten Classes
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Mothers felt very honored as they read the books their children had written about them.  They had every reason to feel honored because their children worked SO VERY hard to do their best work on the books.  Every page was filled with love and devotion in written and picture form.  The literary works were not edited for factual information, but that only added to the entertainment.  Also adding to the entertainment was the picnic lunches eaten inside the classrooms and outside on the threatening to get rained on grass.  A good time was had by all!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Sub Zero Assembly for Fifth Grade

Barnett Elementary News - Sat, 05/10/2014 - 6:32pm
Attributions: Emma Zeeman
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On April 30, 2014 the 5th grade students that had worked hard to have good behavior, got to have an assembly with Sub 0 Day Ice Cream. We learned about how liquid Nitrogen can boil at -300 degrees F. After around 10 minutes we started to see liquid oxygen drip off the bowl. Akadian and Blaze stood under it and the liquid oxygen burned a little because it was so cold.

The presenter then poured a cup of liquid Nitrogen on the floor and it disappeared in a cloud of cold fog. Then we got to see liquid Carbon Dioxide inside of a frozen balloon. When she blew up the balloon and put it into the liquid Nitrogen it collapsed and shrunk showing the liquid Carbon Dioxide. After she took it out and started warming it up the balloon blew itself up.

At the very end the presenter took liquid Nitrogen and made Marshmallow Ice-cream, it was the best ice-cream I had ever had. It was the best assembly we had ever had too. 

 

Categories: Elementary, Payson

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