Jersey City, NJ - Rahway Elementary School’s Fourth Grade Gifted and Talented students, along with their teachers, Ms. Susan Farrar, Mrs. Debra Geis, Ms. Susan Rubino, and Ms. Nikki Thompson, visited The Liberty Science Center on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. They attended a workshop on Understanding Gravity that included concepts relating to Newton’s Laws of Motion and a kinesthetic workshop that allowed the students to explore the Phases of the Moon. As a culminating activity, the students watched the movie, A Beautiful Planet, in the IMAX Dome Theater.
Rahway Public School’s Grade Four Gifted and Talented Students Visit the Liberty Science Center
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