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What's New In School: St. Stanislaus second-graders study shadow, light

11:17 AM, Oct. 11, 2013
Danika and Edan Doll, second-graders at St. Stanislaus Catholic School, make sun prints during a science unit on shadow and light.
Danika and Edan Doll, second-graders at St. Stanislaus Catholic School, make sun prints during a science unit on shadow and light.
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The second-graders in Mary Okray and Kathy Weyenberg's classes at St. Stanislaus Catholic School have been studying shadow and light as part of a unit on science. The students did a wide variety of activities related to light across many different subject areas. They created sundials and discussed how ancient people used them in their cultures. They did a number of literacy projects as well, including writing poems about their shadow prints.

As an experiment the children made sun prints. Heading outside with their trinkets, they strategically placed them on the special paper. Within ...

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