Delaware students spend morning on outdoor science


Jamie Hake (left) and Lauren Matz, sixth-graders at Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School, use a spring scale to measure a stick Wednesday morning in Deborah Graham’s science class. The students were outdoors to learn about making qualitative and quantitative observations. The pairs of students took measurements of items and took notes describing what they saw.

Jamie Hake (left) and Lauren Matz, sixth-graders at Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School, use a spring scale to measure a stick Wednesday morning in Deborah Graham’s science class. The students were outdoors to learn about making qualitative and quantitative observations. The pairs of students took measurements of items and took notes describing what they saw.


Jamie Hake (left) and Lauren Matz, sixth-graders at Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School, use a spring scale to measure a stick Wednesday morning in Deborah Graham’s science class. The students were outdoors to learn about making qualitative and quantitative observations. The pairs of students took measurements of items and took notes describing what they saw.

Jamie Hake (left) and Lauren Matz, sixth-graders at Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School, use a spring scale to measure a stick Wednesday morning in Deborah Graham’s science class. The students were outdoors to learn about making qualitative and quantitative observations. The pairs of students took measurements of items and took notes describing what they saw.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/09/web1_Willis-Science.jpgJamie Hake (left) and Lauren Matz, sixth-graders at Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School, use a spring scale to measure a stick Wednesday morning in Deborah Graham’s science class. The students were outdoors to learn about making qualitative and quantitative observations. The pairs of students took measurements of items and took notes describing what they saw.