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Chemistry April 9, 2018

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This week in Science Club we will be talking all about chemistry! From water to air to our own bodies, chemicals are everywhere. Daily necessities like breathing use a chemical exchange of gases to get oxygen to our bodies. We will be looking at chemical reactions, elements, and some early chemists. We hope to see you there as we wind down for the year!

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Agricultural Crops March 29, 2018

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This week in Science Club we will wrap up our agriculture unit by talking about crops and food production. Some foods can be very easily be traced back to what plant they came from, such as an ear of corn. Other products, such as cereal, would take much longer to trace the making of. We will think about production and talk about care and challenges of crop farming! We hope to see you this week for our last section on agriculture.

Agriculture – Farm Animals March 22, 2018

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After our trip to the dairy this past week, we will continue talking about other farm animals. The top 5 animals used in agriculture globally are cattle, sheep, ducks, pigs, and chickens. Come join us as we talk about uses, production, and care of these animals who make products that most of us consume or use on a daily basis. We will see you there!

MSU Dairy Trip March 18, 2018

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17457531_10102009837182376_4281611414196760777_nThis Tuesday we will be taking our annual trip to the MSU Dairy to learn about milk production and livestock care. This will be our first week of learning about agriculture and the importance of understanding how and where our food comes from. See you Tuesday!

Astronomy March 1, 2018

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images1GQD6QA9Our first week learning about planetary science was out of this world :)!! Thanks to David Teske, our resident astronomer, we learned more about planets than we could have possibly imagined. The fun continues this week when we “reach for the stars” and delve into constellations, stars, meteoroids, and phases of the moon! David will be back with his portable star lab so get ready to star gaze!