On March 19, Leading Edge had it’s annual Science and Innovation Fair. We had many different and amazing models, trifolds, and incredible ideas. Some projects that the sixth graders presented were the Sky Fly by Senara M., Natasha L., and Varnika K.. They decided to make a car that runs on Magnets to stop greenhouse gasses being infused into the air. Rory M., Sierra G., Caitlin L., and Elijah B.. decided to invent an all weather car. Their car generates different weather conditions such as heat and wind. Another Project had received an award for best 6th grade project. The Humidifier 2030. Kate T., Marisol P., Alexis F., and Lily E. decided to create a machine that will not stop the Greenhouse Gases but revise them to become pure, clean air.
Even with the projects out and in display, Mrs. Bibayoff had her classroom out for display to show parents some of the amazing things we are doing as a class in Science. Some things out on display were the foldscopes, 3D printer, Popcorn Plants, and the Genius time projects. We introduced the foldscopes to the parents and siblings. We showed them how to use the foldscopes and they had to try to find out what they were looking at. After that, we told them the history of Foldscopes and why Stanford gave them to us. At the 3D printer station, some people helped explain how we got the printer and what it does. The people at the popcorn plant station showed our posters and we explained our different designs and which ones were most effective. Last, Becky and Manelle showed off their Makey Makey Genius time projects.
Overall I think everyone did a great job and congratulations to everyone who stood out to the judges and got an award.
Everyone is excited to see this year’s science fair inventions! This year’s theme? Future inventions to solve real world problems! Some students’ inventions like the Hover Car, H20 Evaporation Transporter, the ESCR: All Weather Car, the Earthquake-Proof Skyscraper, The Weather Manipulator, Tree 2.0, and the Doc-Bot are all being represented in this year’s science fair. Many students are willing to help the world with many different problems, mostly climate change. These students worked very hard with their projects and are
going to represent each one of these inventions at the science fair. It’s cool to know that so many students want to help the world with their troubles. Many new inventions are being made today. Some inventions include the 3D printer. When I first heard of the 3D printer I was amazed by the many things it could make. Now, we even have one in our classroom! This invention has helped with many things like building a broken bone, or making car parts. I even researched a little bit about it and found out that people were using the 3D printers to rebuild bones for people and even rebuild their skull! This new inventions has been a miracle to some people and really helps people in the world. I hope some of the students’ inventions are made to make life easier for people. I encourage everyone to help the world to make it a better place to live in.
*Great job to all the students who participated in the Science Fair!!! :D :D :D*