Buckskin Elementary scientists in training


At Buckskin Elementary, Mrs. Henson’s fourth grade scientists-in-training recently learned to measure and record data accurately. To do this they performed an experiment to find out exactly how many drops of water could fit on a penny before the water spilled over the sides of the coin. Jace Hood and Trapper Lytle take a second to smile for the camera during their recent scientific experiment.

At Buckskin Elementary, Mrs. Henson’s fourth grade scientists-in-training recently learned to measure and record data accurately. To do this they performed an experiment to find out exactly how many drops of water could fit on a penny before the water spilled over the sides of the coin. Jace Hood and Trapper Lytle take a second to smile for the camera during their recent scientific experiment.


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Buckskin fourth grader Autumn Queen is pictured as she draws water into a pipette.


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Fourth graders in Mrs. Henson’s class at Buckskin, including Wyatt Bobbitt (back) and Phoebe Murphy (very front) recently performed a science experiment that helped them learn to measure and record data.


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At Buckskin Elementary, Mrs. Henson’s fourth grade scientists-in-training recently learned to measure and record data accurately. To do this they performed an experiment to find out exactly how many drops of water could fit on a penny before the water spilled over the sides of the coin. Jace Hood and Trapper Lytle take a second to smile for the camera during their recent scientific experiment.

Buckskin fourth grader Autumn Queen is pictured as she draws water into a pipette.

Fourth graders in Mrs. Henson’s class at Buckskin, including Wyatt Bobbitt (back) and Phoebe Murphy (very front) recently performed a science experiment that helped them learn to measure and record data.

At Buckskin Elementary, Mrs. Henson’s fourth grade scientists-in-training recently learned to measure and record data accurately. To do this they performed an experiment to find out exactly how many drops of water could fit on a penny before the water spilled over the sides of the coin. Jace Hood and Trapper Lytle take a second to smile for the camera during their recent scientific experiment.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_JaceHood-and-Trapper-Lytle.jpgAt Buckskin Elementary, Mrs. Henson’s fourth grade scientists-in-training recently learned to measure and record data accurately. To do this they performed an experiment to find out exactly how many drops of water could fit on a penny before the water spilled over the sides of the coin. Jace Hood and Trapper Lytle take a second to smile for the camera during their recent scientific experiment. Courtesy photo

Buckskin fourth grader Autumn Queen is pictured as she draws water into a pipette.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_AutumnQueen.jpgBuckskin fourth grader Autumn Queen is pictured as she draws water into a pipette. Courtesy photo

Fourth graders in Mrs. Henson’s class at Buckskin, including Wyatt Bobbitt (back) and Phoebe Murphy (very front) recently performed a science experiment that helped them learn to measure and record data.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_Wyatt-Bobbitt-and-Phoebe-Murphy.jpgFourth graders in Mrs. Henson’s class at Buckskin, including Wyatt Bobbitt (back) and Phoebe Murphy (very front) recently performed a science experiment that helped them learn to measure and record data. Courtesy photo