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2nd Grade Scientists Explore Wind Energy With Kite Project
Claire Rose, GS Science Teacher

To end their two-month-long unit on wind energy, second grade scientists learned all about kites. Each student got to make their own kite out of construction paper, pipe cleaners, ribbon and string. With the sun shining bright and spring officially beginning tomorrow, these Grammar School students are excited to fly their kites over the break! To see photos of them working on their kites, head to Photos of the Week!

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