Once his permission form was approved, he received a three page planning packet to fill out and include in the display with his project. I thought for sure that would discourage him but he worked on it a little bit at a time and got it done. He diligently practiced putting his circuit together over and over again. My husband helped him figure out what to say. Boogs helped pick out a tri-fold display board, took pictures by himself to include on the board, and attached everything to his board. I helped with the board layout and his friend helped him glue everything down. He was so excited!
|Boogs wanted to wear his lab coat. So cute!|
|Nonnie came by to hear Boogs' experiment.|
|Poppa came by to hear his experiment.|
|Boogs had a good flow of what he called "customers" |
throughout the evening.
|Boogs' proudly showed his principal his experiment.|
The school set up several tables with hands-on activities for the students to do. Boogs made sure he visited every table.
|Build the tallest structure with limited supplies - cup, |
rubber band, 2 cardboard squares, sheet of tinfoil, and straw.
|Testing to see what materials conduct electricity.|
|Testing the whirligig.|