One students experiences Newton’s Laws first hand during the presentation.

PHOTOS: The World of Science at Steffie Woima

A presenter from Telus World of Science was at Ecole Steffie Woima School on April 12

Students from Ecole Steffie Woima School has an exciting morning on April 12, as they participated in a presentation from Telus World of Science.

The presentation was made to students in every grade, though to make the information more engaging and hands-on, it was done in two sessions. Students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 were first, followed by the older students in Grades 4-6.

The students learned about Newton’s laws through the Science in Motion presentation.

 

A presenter from Telus World of Science stopped by with all sorts of items for an interactive presentation on Newton’s laws at Ecole Steffie Woima School, April 12. Photos Submitted by Betty Welch

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