Paul Stroube

April 2017 – Chicken Feet

Earlier in the year, our elementary school CSW classes learned about the structure of human hands by building working models showing bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. In April, our middle- and high-school classes explored this topic by dissecting actual chicken feet.   In addition to learning basic dissection techniques and […]

March 2017 – Flying Machines

Gravity is the force that makes things fall to the ground, but what allows some things to fly or float?  Why does a piece of paper float lazily to the ground, while the same piece will drop straight down if it’s crumpled into a ball?   Birds, kites, and pieces […]

September 2016 – WORMS!!!!

In our after-school program we are studying ecology and the world around us.  When we spent the afternoon outside on our “Creepy Crawly Critter Scavenger Hunt” we discovered that there are many interesting and exciting insects all around us, even in the fields behind the school. After that we created worm boxes — […]