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Pumpkin Science! October 4, 2012

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An oozing pumpkin in Mrs. Boucher’s classroom!

Second graders all over Burlington are currently exploring the science of pumpkins, learning about their anatomy, determining whether they sink or float, and then observing a chemical reaction we call “The Oozing Pumpkin!” Students also learn about the science behind fire and how a jack-o-lantern’s candles can burn all night long.

Exploring the pumpkin seeds, fibers and pulp at Memorial.

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1. MistaChocka - October 6, 2012

Wonderful post and thanks for the update!
Best regards,
Mr. Chiocca
ELL Teacher, grades 6-12
Burlington Public Schools


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