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CES students conduct science experiments

Campbellsville Elementary School second-graders recently conducted science experiments – with candy canes.

 

In Lynne Horn’s class, students were recently given candy canes to help them learn about math and science.

 

First, students sorted the candy canes by color and then made a graph.

 

To learn about chemical reactions, students placed the candy canes in tea, vinegar and water to see how the candy would react with the liquids.

 

Lastly, students used their candy canes to practice measuring objects in their classroom.

 

CES second-grader Tristan Teel is excited to get his candy cane.

CES second-grader Tristan Teel is excited to get his candy cane.

 

CES second-grader Lillie Judd chooses a candy cane from teacher Lynne Horn’s bag.

CES second-grader Lillie Judd chooses a candy cane from teacher Lynne Horn’s bag.

 

CES second-grader Jason Eggers is excited to get his candy cane.

CES second-grader Jason Eggers is excited to get his candy cane.

 

CES second-grader LeeAnna Garvin is all smiles as she receives her candy cane.

CES second-grader LeeAnna Garvin is all smiles as she receives her candy cane.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places candy canes in tea, vinegar and water for her students to observe the chemical reactions. Pictured are Justice Nelson and Aubrey Wilson.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places candy canes in tea, vinegar and water for her students to observe the chemical reactions. Pictured are Justice Nelson and Aubrey Wilson.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places candy canes in tea, vinegar and water for her students to observe the chemical reactions. Pictured are Gage Henderson, center, and Keagan Shearer.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places candy canes in tea, vinegar and water for her students to observe the chemical reactions. Pictured are Gage Henderson, center, and Keagan Shearer.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn shows her students a candy cane in water to observe the reaction. Pictured are LeeAnna Garvin and Mason Edwards.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn shows her students a candy cane in water to observe the reaction. Pictured are LeeAnna Garvin and Mason Edwards.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in tea to show her students the reaction.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in tea to show her students the reaction.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction. Pictured are Elyzabeth Fisher, in front, and Kira Dotson.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction. Pictured are Elyzabeth Fisher, in front, and Kira Dotson.

 

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction. Pictured are LeeAnna Garvin and Mason Edwards.

CES second-grade teacher Lynne Horn places a candy cane in vinegar to show her students the reaction. Pictured are LeeAnna Garvin and Mason Edwards.

 

CES second-grader Cloud Malone measures a desk with his candy cane.

CES second-grader Cloud Malone measures a desk with his candy cane.

 

CES second-graders Aubrey Novak, at left, and Mason Edwards use their candy canes to measure objects in their classroom.

CES second-graders Aubrey Novak, at left, and Mason Edwards use their candy canes to measure objects in their classroom.

 

CES second-grader Jason Eggers measures a pencil with his candy cane.

CES second-grader Jason Eggers measures a pencil with his candy cane.

 

CES second-grader Elyzabeth Fisher measures a desk with her candy cane.

CES second-grader Elyzabeth Fisher measures a desk with her candy cane.





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