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  • West Newton Elementary School
  • West Newton, PA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households Data about students' economic need comes from the National Center for Education Statistics, via our partners at MDR Education. Learn more

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My third grade students love to learn. They always want to know more about the concepts we cover in class. Everyday they continue to ask why things happen or how something happens. The students always want additional opportunities to explore science concepts. Reading about science is one thing. Being able to experiment and explore it through a hands on approach is another thing. This is what my students are eager to do. I want them to have as many opportunities to explore science so they don't stop asking why things happen or how something happens.

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My third grade students love to learn. They always want to know more about the concepts we cover in class. Everyday they continue to ask why things happen or how something happens. The students always want additional opportunities to explore science concepts. Reading about science is one thing. Being able to experiment and explore it through a hands on approach is another thing. This is what my students are eager to do. I want them to have as many opportunities to explore science so they don't stop asking why things happen or how something happens.

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