by Caryn Haller

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November 21, 2013
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Future scientists show off projects

Megan Michitarian’s first-grade class proved a hypothesis beyond their years at Meneley Elementary School’s science fair on Tuesday. The project was one of 244, which ranged from how temperature affects the bounce of balls, to which method dries nail polish the quickest. The first-graders tested what color M&M gets the most cracks when heated in the microwave. “I love science and we don’t get to teach it as much in the first grade,” Michitarian said. “I thought it would be a good project for them to work together on.” The class spent two weeks testing their hypothesis. “They were excited …

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