Having fun learning science


Students learn science process skills

By Charles Warner - cwarner@s24511.p831.sites.pressdns.com



Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Ray Burnett, Grace Escalante, Karrah Miller and Bryson Rhinehart.


Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Miah Beaty, Daylan Allen and Collin Kennedy (orange shirt).


Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Jaxon Parker, Cobe Stevenson, Connor Rash and Cayden Horne.


LOCKHART — The classroom is first and foremost a place of learning but the learning can be a fun just the same even if the subject is something as serious as science.

The students in Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class learned just that during a recent class on science process skills. Science process skills include observing and measuring items being studied.

While observing and measuring items may sound a bit dull, they were anything but for the students who got right down to the task of learning and using science process skills on the projects they were assigned. In the process of doing so, the students had fun while learning about skills that science depends on as it studies the world around us.

Scientists and the discoveries they have made and the applications developed as a result of those discoveries have changed the world. Given this it’s important that today’s school children learn how important science is to their lives and their future and gain a better understanding of and appreciation for how it has impacted and will continue to impact the world around them and how they will live in that world. That’s why it’s all the more important that classes like Ms. Robert’s 3rd grade science class keep doing what they are doing, making the learning process not only enlightening but fun, so that our children will be engaged and emerge better equipped to understand and cope with a world constantly being reshaped by science.

Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Ray Burnett, Grace Escalante, Karrah Miller and Bryson Rhinehart.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_2017082495142615.jpgPhoto courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Ray Burnett, Grace Escalante, Karrah Miller and Bryson Rhinehart.

Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Miah Beaty, Daylan Allen and Collin Kennedy (orange shirt).
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_2017082495142558.jpgPhoto courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Miah Beaty, Daylan Allen and Collin Kennedy (orange shirt).

Photo courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Jaxon Parker, Cobe Stevenson, Connor Rash and Cayden Horne.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_2017082495091228.jpgPhoto courtesy of Lockhart School Ms. Roberts’ 3rd grade science class had fun while learning science process skills observing and measuring with different items. Pictured here are students Jaxon Parker, Cobe Stevenson, Connor Rash and Cayden Horne.
Students learn science process skills

By Charles Warner

cwarner@s24511.p831.sites.pressdns.com

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

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