Isabella Dicken kids in Fernie get to grips with science

Students showed off their creative science projects at The Isabella Dicken Elementary School Science Fair this week.

  • Feb. 10, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Amazing Gauges.

Students showed off their creative science projects at The Isabella Dicken Elementary School Science Fair this week.

The school in Fernie held their Science Fair on Wednesday, February 8.

Charlotte and Shan

























Charlotte and Shan show their CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS exhibit.

Static Electricity

























Claire and Ava demonstrate their knowledge of STATIC ELECTRICITY.


























THESE clever lads constructed a radio out of household items. Enough to impress McGiver!

























These creative young fellows made a homemade speaker to listen to there music with.

























This intelligent young lady explained to me the EFFECTS OF SUGAR AND SSALT ON PLANT GERMINATION.

















A super fun demonstration of the youths grasp on Gauges. AMAZING GAUGES.

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