As part of their Science & Technology class, the classes 6F will build a simple machine called a ‘ Tricotin’. They will then use it to produce a scarf.
Who says ‘ Tricotin’ obviously implies the use of wool…We would therefore ask you to kindly help out some of our students to produce a scarf at a reasonable price. Should you have any wool that you do not intend to use…we will be takers, whatever the colour!
One restriction only : the wool should be of medium to large width, as the spacing between the nails is quite wide.
You may kindly leave any wool you wish to donate at the front entrance and address it to Robin Lavoie.
A great thank you for your collaboration!
OR / GOLD
Amelia Carson, Megan Cott : Battery Power
ARGENT / SILVER
Émile Wart, Nicolas Bibeau, Arthur Vigne : L’eau suspendue
Sahat Murshed, Kevin Ostrander : Fog Machine
Alexis Perreault : Peut-on faire de la glace sans froid?
Niara Mokhtarian : Sun Protection
Mikaëla Faucher, Esmé Steadman : Phénolphtaléine
Date : April 24th, 2012
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Location: room 404
We have been spoiled this year!
Many visitors and teachers have commented on the outstanding quality of the experiments and presentations in this year’s Science Fair. Great work!
We would like to thank all visitors and teachers that visited alone or with their group. Your presence was most encouraging for our students presenting their work.
Date : March 15, 2012
Time : 10h30 to 14h30
Grade 6 Science Fair in room 400 – More details to follow
Date: Thursday, May05, 2011
Time: 11h05 – 14h30
Grade 6 Science Fair in the gymnasium