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Science in motion

Putting science in motion, Kai Moore, back, leaps off a bench after launching a marble down a rubber pathway as Kyle Wallace, Riley Sitko and Caden Dowswell work on the end of their roller coaster. The Grandview Elementary Grade 4 students and their classmates were taking part in the Telus World of Science, Science in Motion program Tuesday. For three days this week students from kindergarten to Grade 5 will take part in various science experiments and activities. Students will work with rocks and minerals, electricity, experience a mobile planetarium and make ice cream using liquid nitrogen.

Putting science in motion, Kai Moore, back, leaps off a bench after launching a marble down a rubber pathway as Kyle Wallace, Riley Sitko and Caden Dowswell work on the end of their roller coaster. The Grandview Elementary Grade 4 students and their classmates were taking part in the Telus World of Science, Science in Motion program Tuesday. For three days this week students from kindergarten to Grade 5 will take part in various science experiments and activities. Students will work with rocks and minerals, electricity, experience a mobile planetarium and make ice cream using liquid nitrogen.