WL-S 1st graders make slimy conclusions


West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.

West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.


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West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.


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West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.

West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.

West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2019/04/web1_Foto1-1.jpgWest Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences. Submitted photos

West Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2019/04/web1_Foto2-1.jpgWest Liberty-Salem first graders are experimenting with living beings and non-living objects in science this week. At left, Brynn Davis doesn’t seem terribly sure about the worm she’s holding. At right, Wyatt Patton takes a close-up look at his earthworm. The youngsters compared these real critters with gummy worms, detailing in writing their similarities and differences. Submitted photos