Students, Parents, Teachers and District Staff
Students from headstart through fifth grade, will act as tour guides and present projects that correlate with their STEM curriculum and integrate with literacy.
Each grade level created projects based on the following topics:
- Kindergarten: Pollution
- First Grade: Plants
- Second Grade: Renewable Energy
- Third Grade: Recycling and Reuse
- Fourth Grade: Non-Renewable and Renewable Resources in Florida
- Fifth Grade: Environmental Education.
Hands-on activities and examples of these topics line every hallway in the school. The event’s theme is Go Green from Trash to Treasure. Royal Palm STEM Museum Magnet Elementary School students are collecting materials such as Capri Sun containers, two-liter bottles, aluminum cans and water bottles for recycling during the event.
Thursday, October 15, 2015, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Royal Palm STEM Museum Magnet Elementary School
1951 NW 56th Avenue
Lauderhill, FL 33313
This museum exhibit night showcases the projects and educational activities by the students at Royal Palm STEM Museum Magnet Elementary School, one of six schools that received a grant for its STEM Museum Magnet designation.
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