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Seeing science up close

October 13, 2011
  • "Mrs. K" introduces kids to the relationship between a roadrunner and a rattlesnake at El Morro Elementary School on Oct. 7.
"Mrs. K" introduces kids to the relationship… (DON LEACH, Coastline…)

About 100 second-graders gathered in the multipurpose room at El Morro Elementary School on Friday to get an up-close look at the critters and plants that live in deserts during "Science on the Go."

"Mrs. K" showed the kids everything from beetles to cactus to a rattlesnake's rattle, as resounding "oohs" and "ahhs" came from the young audience.

Students had to be told to stay seated as they squirmed in excitement at the presentation, which educated the students about nature.

"Science on the Go" was presented to various grade levels during the day.

—Joanna Clay

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