Fifth-grade students at Penns Valley Elementary and Intermediate School participated in a class project that allowed them to make machines that tested different variables. The project included making pendulums, catapults and boats that float. Some machines were then showcased at a science fair in the school’s multipurpose room.
Fifth-grade students at Penns Valley Elementary and Intermediate School participated in a class project that allowed them to make machines that tested different variables. The project included making pendulums, catapults and boats that float. Some machines were then showcased at a science fair in the school’s multipurpose room. Britney Milazzo bmilazzo@centredaily.com
Fifth-grade students at Penns Valley Elementary and Intermediate School participated in a class project that allowed them to make machines that tested different variables. The project included making pendulums, catapults and boats that float. Some machines were then showcased at a science fair in the school’s multipurpose room. Britney Milazzo bmilazzo@centredaily.com

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