Mrs. Boorom’s students turned their eyes to the afternoon skies as they put their paper rockets to the test. Using a an air-powered PVC launcher, the students fire off 25 rockets made from only construction paper, tape and a small ball of modeling clay. As part of their homework, the students were asked to share their experience as part of this blog post. The fourth graders learned the importance of using only their first names when they post and were required to involve their parents in this project as they used the Internet to post their stories. Read the responses below (pictures to follow).
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