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The Goddard School’s Science Fair a Fun, Squishy Success

Feb 05, 2016 07:57AM ● Published by Audrey Sellers

When it comes to making learning fun and engaging, The Goddard School got it exactly right at its recent science fair. The January 30 event invited preschoolers to experiment and learn about rain clouds, volcanoes, the five senses, electricity, magnets, water flow and much more.

Designed to spark the children’s interest in S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and math), the fair was opportunity to teach youngsters through play. And play they did through a series of fun experiments and activities such as robot races, egg drops, elephant tooth paste, and goo and slime projects.

Six Metroplex locations of The Goddard School (including the Southlake location) took part in the science fair. Visit GoddardSchool.com for more information.

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