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Smooth, cold and creamy. It’s ice cream! You can make ice cream at home. Making ice cream is also a science experiment. All you need is half and half, sugar, and vanilla in a small bag. Once you shake it, it's a chemical change because you can’t just take the sugar out. It is dissolved! Next you need ice and rock salt. The rock salt makes the ice colder. You put the ice and salt in a bag and put the smaller bag inside. Next, you shake and pretty soon it turns into ice cream. This is a physical change because you could turn the ice cream back into a liquid by leaving it out.
All invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High audirorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.
Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:
- Balancing screen time and device use,
- Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
- Devising a sensible family use of device plan.
Sixth graders from Canyon Elementary visited BYU campus on Thursday, October 4, for Sports Hero Day. BYU athletes talked with the students about having positive role models, never giving up, and setting goals. The sixth graders participated in activities led by BYU athletes. Before attending, sixth graders wrote essays on what being a hero means. Ryker Woods won the essay contest for Canyon! It was a day well spent.
Sixth graders at Canyon Elementary learned about mummification in Emmy Bateman's class while studying ancient Egypt. After reading about and discussing mummification, Mrs. Bateman demonstrated the process using a fish. Students were facinated about this practice from ancient Greece.
Mrs. Perkins' sixth grade class earned a 30 minute activity by receiving the highest score possible, which is a 25. They received this perfect score 15 times from the Art, Music, Library and PE specialist since school started. They decided to have a "C" and "E" party. Two students, Braxton and Dylan entertained their classmates by bringing in their chickens. Well done!
Students in Mrs. Murphy's 5th grade class participated in a Star Wars themed breakout. Students worked together in 5 small groups to find clues that would unlock the 5 different locks on their lock boxes. Students learned the skill of working together and communicating as a team to solve the clues which would given them the information they needed to unlock their locks. As students solved each of the puzzles they found all the necessary clues to breakout!