• Thursday, April 24, 2014
    First, fourth, and fifth graders participated in workshops today for Tenacre’s annual Gwyn Loud Science Program. First graders built simple structures—different types of bridges; fourth graders experimented with magnetic levitation; and fifth graders learned about the science of launching bottle rockets. It was an active, hand-on day for all!
  • Wednesday, April 23, 2014
    Gwyn Loud Science Week continues! Today, pre-kindergartners and kindergartners learned about dinosaurs and bubbles. PKers dug for dinosaur fossils, made nests for dinosaur eggs, and learned to identify different types of dinosaurs. Kindergartners learned about the secret ingredient in bubbles and the science of putting your hand through a bubble without popping it. Plus, they had a lot of fun making bubbles!
  • Tuesday, April 22, 2014
    Tenacre kicked off its annual Gwyn Loud Science and Enrichment Program today, with special science workshops for second, third, and sixth graders. Second and sixth graders learned about the physical changes of matter. They experimented with dry ice in various forms. Third graders focused on light—white light and laser light—and how they differ. Throughout the week, all other grades will participate workshops, too.
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