Wednesday, October 2, 2013

What is a Scientist?

It's going to be fun to see how students' perceptions of scientists change over the year. 


  1. This video was amazing, great artwork! Everyone seemed to know what a scientist was. The thing that I saw the most were glass vial's.
    When I grow up I want to be a engineer and invent different kinds of computers.



  2. Dear 4th graders,
    Great drawings but also remember scientists don’t all use chemicals some study wild life and invent new objects.
    Sincerely Izabelle,

  3. Dear fourth graders, I really enjoy this video. I like seeing other peoples scientist. sincerely, Amaya


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