Students at Shoals Elementary School in Pinnacle conduct a science experiment involving the properties of matter


Students of Meredith Tedder’s fifth grade class examine their science experiment, involving property matter.


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Students Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together. Students Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together.


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Fifth grade students Rilee Manring, Trinity Holyfield, Megan White and Madison Jordan get the opportunity to discover how liquid and solids form during a science experiment.


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Scarlet Key, Austin Jackson, Lane Snow and Mickenzy Aldridge, fifth graders at Shoal Elementary focus on solids and liquids during a science experiment in Meredith Tedder’s classroom..


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Jasmine Woodard, Bella Hutchens, Joshua Hyde, Jordan Hege and Austen Smith,, students at Shoals Elementary conduct an experiment involving starch and water during a science class.


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Jasmine Woodard is excited to feel just how her science experiment turned out during Meredith Tedder’s property matter classroom lesson.


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PINNACLE — Meredith Tedder’s fifth grade class is studying the properties of matter. The class experimented with “oobleck” and discovered that corn starch mixed with water takes on the properties of both a liquid and a solid according to Public Information Officer Marlene Jessup.

“It was a lesson that the students are sure to remember,” said Jessup.

Students of Meredith Tedder’s fifth grade class examine their science experiment, involving property matter.
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_134152.jpgStudents of Meredith Tedder’s fifth grade class examine their science experiment, involving property matter. Submitted Photo

Students Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together. Students Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together.
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_135227.jpgStudents Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together. Students Sophie Hutchens, Kayla Fincher, Dylan Watson and Cierra Holt discover how starch and water react together. Submitted Photo

Fifth grade students Rilee Manring, Trinity Holyfield, Megan White and Madison Jordan get the opportunity to discover how liquid and solids form during a science experiment.
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_135231.jpgFifth grade students Rilee Manring, Trinity Holyfield, Megan White and Madison Jordan get the opportunity to discover how liquid and solids form during a science experiment. Submitted Photo

Scarlet Key, Austin Jackson, Lane Snow and Mickenzy Aldridge, fifth graders at Shoal Elementary focus on solids and liquids during a science experiment in Meredith Tedder’s classroom..
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_135242.jpgScarlet Key, Austin Jackson, Lane Snow and Mickenzy Aldridge, fifth graders at Shoal Elementary focus on solids and liquids during a science experiment in Meredith Tedder’s classroom.. Submitted Photo

Jasmine Woodard, Bella Hutchens, Joshua Hyde, Jordan Hege and Austen Smith,, students at Shoals Elementary conduct an experiment involving starch and water during a science class.
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_135248.jpgJasmine Woodard, Bella Hutchens, Joshua Hyde, Jordan Hege and Austen Smith,, students at Shoals Elementary conduct an experiment involving starch and water during a science class. Submitted Photo

Jasmine Woodard is excited to feel just how her science experiment turned out during Meredith Tedder’s property matter classroom lesson.
http://pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_20170113_135253.jpgJasmine Woodard is excited to feel just how her science experiment turned out during Meredith Tedder’s property matter classroom lesson. Submitted Photo
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