Final Classroom Session of the Year for 3rd-Graders at McMahon Elementary in Lewiston
Last week was the final classroom session of the year for 3rd-graders at McMahon Elementary in Lewiston. The youngest members of 4-H Community Central spent a couple of months learning about Force and Motion through a wide range of fun 4-H projects!
Several 3rd-graders also attend the 21st Century afterschool program at McMahon and will continue STEM exploration with 4-H there – right now they are taking a look at how fragile ecosystems are and how important Alewives are to Maine.
This material is based upon the work of 4-H Community Central Maine, a project supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, United States (U.S.) Department of Agriculture, through a cooperative agreement with The University of Maine under award number 2014-41520-22235
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CYFAR Project Name: 4-H Community Central Maine
Principal Investigator: Kristy L Ouellette
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