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Third-graders learn about chemistry magic

 


Havre High School sophomore Cassie Rennick along with other students from the Gifted & Talented program — sophomore Kali Kirkegard, senior Lauren Scofield and freshman Joslin LaSalle — gave a chemistry demonstration to Lincoln-McKinley third-graders Wednesday to get them excited about their upcoming tests.

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Havre High School Gifted & Talented program sophomore Kali Kirkegard watches as the "Elephant Toothpaste" overflows in front of a group of Lincoln-McKinley Primary School third-graders Wednesday morning. Kirkegard along with other GT students — HHS sophomore Cassie Rennick, senior Lauren Scofield and freshman Joslin LaSalle — gave a chemistry demonstration to Lincoln-McKinley third-graders to get them excited about their upcoming tests, the MontCas, that they will be taking March 6 through March 8 and March 13 through March 15. GT students, and their facilitator Mike Leinwand, told the students about a girl named Annalisa Reece who needed magical devices to get back home. Third-graders were given a couple of chemicals to mix with water to create different colors. The different colors prompted the high school students to perform different demonstrations to create magical devices to help Annalisa get back home. For instance, when the third-graders created the color yellow, Annalisa needed the "Elephant Toothpaste" to help her cross a canyon.

The third-graders will be taking the MontCas tests March 6 through March 8 and March 13 through March 15.

GT students, and their facilitator, Mike Leinwand, told the third-graders about a girl named Annalisa Reece who needed magical devices to get back home.

Third-graders were given chemicals to mix with water to create different colors.

The different colors prompted the high school students to perform different chemistry demonstrations to create magical devices to help Annalisa get back home.

For example, when the third-graders created the color white, Annalisa needed the "Magic Floating Paper" to lift her out of quicksand.

 

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