Parents visit 3rd grade science class to share their expertise
Zachary Vaughn’s parents, Sara Moola and Michael Vaughn, came in and spoke to the 3rd grade science class about the Hoover Dam Project and Topography. Mrs. Moola has a Master’s degree in Geospatial Information Systems, with a background in Environmental Protection and other areas including the Peace Corps in Africa.
Mr. Vaughn was in U.S. Special Operations for 22 years and flew AC-130 Gunships. Before he started his best boarding school career he was a Meteorologist.
Mrs. Moola, with the help of Mr. Vaughn, showed the kids how to read a topography map and taught them the pros and cons of building dams. The 3rd class learned so much and had a blast doing it! A huge thank you goes out to Mrs. Moola and Mr. Vaughn for volunteering to teach the class a great lesson!
Fun Third Grade Science Activities Anyone Can Do
Make gleaming blossoms.
Flick pennies to find out about latency.
Observe your direction with a DIY compass.
Separate salt and pepper with electricity produced via friction.
See the temperature increase in a substance response.
Plan a sweets conveyance machine.
Stir up your own senseless clay ooze.