Fifth-graders share science knowledge

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Alison Hardy explains how her solar oven works to Connie Seeburger.
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Remi Kopasz shows several science fair guests her project, which explores the cause of asthma and how inhalers help curb its symptoms.
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Brendan Suminski explains his Northern Lights-based project.
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Karl Eckerly listens as Lena Niernberg describes her science project, the potato battery.
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Eli Burkhardt pours water on his project to show how rainfall affects a river's flow.
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Hunter Brock demonstrates his electromagnetism science project.
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Dakota Armstrong shows how a lemon can be used as a battery.
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Arielle Rich checks out Aiden Sesley's project, which shows how the moon affects tides.
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Paige Hilborn demonstrates her project, "Hot or Not," for Don and grace Spresny.

Standish Elementary held its fifth-grade science fair May 6 in the elementary gymnasium. Family and friends packed the gym to see the diverse science experiments prepared by the students.


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