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All the approximately 450 students in our elementary school, kindergarten – 6th grade, attend my classroom for hands on science lessons. They perform experiments in small groups led by volunteers and myself to fully explore their science core curriculum. Our school is comprised of a neighborhood group of children as well as a self-contained group of special education students from throughout our school district. This correlates to a broad spectrum of academic and socioeconomic backgrounds of our students. But all those differences disappear when students are encouraged to explore their scientific world hands on. Every young child is curious about the world and we capitalize on that curiosity in my classroom.

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All the approximately 450 students in our elementary school, kindergarten – 6th grade, attend my classroom for hands on science lessons. They perform experiments in small groups led by volunteers and myself to fully explore their science core curriculum. Our school is comprised of a neighborhood group of children as well as a self-contained group of special education students from throughout our school district. This correlates to a broad spectrum of academic and socioeconomic backgrounds of our students. But all those differences disappear when students are encouraged to explore their scientific world hands on. Every young child is curious about the world and we capitalize on that curiosity in my classroom.

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