Grace Baptist Christian Academy third- and fourth-graders presented science projects on Wednesday as part of the school's annual science curriculum.
Under the supervision of elementary school teacher Joy Tyrol, the students exhibited their projects in a classroom and in the school's parking lot as they demonstrated various scientific concepts. Projects included production of carbon dioxide to show its effects as well as a comparison of water absorption in different types of soils.
Students used a variety of hand-made props, posters and exhibits to illustrate their grasp of scientific knowledge and applications.
"All our students worked very hard on their projects and they were all impressive," Tyrol said. "Most importantly, they greatly expanded their knowledge of science through these projects."