Young Scientists Shine at the RA K-3 Science Fair

Young Scientists Shine at Renaissance Academy K-3 Science Fair
Posted on 04/24/2018
Leo & Christian Wenger with their Microgreens Science Project

Phoenixville, PA – On Saturday, April 21st, 2018, Renaissance Academy (RA) hosted its 2018 Science Fair. Participating in the fair, which encourages students to conduct original scientific research, were young RA scientists from kindergarten through third grade.

The project submissions from these inspired students were judges based on a variety of elements including hypothesis, experimental design, data collection, display, purpose, and interviews by the judges.

The 2018 RA Kindergarten-3rd Grade winners are as follows:

Kindergarten Division:

  • 1st Place - Molly Brady & Ryan Brady (“Does every bag of skittles have an equal number and color of candies?”)
  • 2nd Place - Kerilyne Costello (“Identifying the five basic tastes: sweet, bitter, salty, sour, umami”)
  • 3rd Place - Isaac Lynch (“How Arctic Animals stay warm in icy water and cold.”)

1st Grade Division:

  • 1st Place - Maksymilian Karnowski (“Galileo's Pendulum”)
  • 2nd Place - Alison Martin & Becca Martin (“Which type of toothpaste works best?”)
  • 3rd Place (tie) – Carly Guardino (“Does the size of an object determine its density?”) and Wyatt Wales (“Monarch Habitat”)

2nd Grade Division:

  • 1st Place – Leo Wenger & Christian Wenger (pictured) with “The Great Micro-Greens Race”)
  • 2nd Place - Ananya Tripathy (“Surface tension”)
  • 3rd Place - Ajay Ganesh (“Veggie Power”)

3rd Grade Division:

  • 1st Place - Abarna Ramesh (” Do different activators affect slime in the same way?”)
  • 2nd Place - Mora Dilworth – (“Does the type of glue you use effect the slime?”)

Kimberly Wheeles, 1st/2nd grade teacher and the coordinator of all Renaissance Academy’s science fair participation, was very pleased with this year’s fair. “I am always impressed by the creativity and scientific inquisitiveness of our young researchers.” Mrs. Wheeles also credits the judges and volunteers for the event’s success. “I'm so fortunate to work with such dedicated staff members. We had nine judges, including two high school juniors who took time out of their Saturday to evaluate the work of our remarkable, budding scientists!"

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