Barnum Elementary hosts annual science fair
Whether it was testing to see if dog's saliva actually gets rid of bacteria or finding out which type of soil earthworms prefer, Barnum students in grades 4-6 followed the scientific method while creating their annual science fair experiment. The eighth annual event was held March 16 and featured over 175 exhibits on display in the Barnum School cafeteria.
"You could feel the excitement and energy as individuals proudly demonstrated what they discovered about their chosen science topic," said Paula Baier, fourth-grade teacher at Barnum.
"We would like to give special thanks to the parents for guiding their child with their experiment and attending our Science Fair," she continued. "Your support plays a large part in your child's success!
The winners were chosen by adult judges, and the Kids Choice Awards were chosen by student votes.
First — "Horse Sense" by Cora
Second — "The Pain Between Us" by Lily
Third — "Does Electricity Move Better Through Thick vs Thin Wire?" by Kaden
First — "What Was I Doing" by Jorja
Second — "Beard or Not to Beard" by Orrin
Third — "Dog Drool vs Germs" by Skylar
First — "Now You See It" by Rayna and "Why Is It Cooler by the Lake?" by Murray
Second — "Which Stays the Coolest?" by Ryan
Third — "Air Rifle Science" by Parker
Kid's Choice Awards
First — "Gravity vs. Tornadoes" by Brooklyn Peterson
Second — "Growing Gummie Bear" by Neela Pirri
Third — "What's your Flavor Dawg?" by Pierce Korpela
First — "Does the Watt of a LIghtbulb Affect Cooking Time?" by Saniya Edwards and Graceanna Stecyk
Second — "Wash Over Time" by Ella Heaton
Third — "Tastes like Chicken" by Brayden Carlson
First — "Gummi Bear Lab" by Naomi Poirier and Jaylin Stahlbusch
Second — "The Most Egg-cellent Project" by Christian Olson and Braden Parzy
Third — "Exploding Foam" by Lilly Higgins and Alli Marine