Burr Elementary School held its STEAM Fair on Friday evening, sponsored by the Burr PTO. It was a fun, non-competitive opportunity for students to learn about the scientific process alongside many of the Burr community parents who are involved in STEAM fields. By adding “A” for “Art” to STEM, the STEAM Fair encouraged students to engage in a broader range of creative projects, including baking, color exploration, and sound waves. Empow Studios hosted a gaming and robotics table, and parent demonstrations included an experiment in color and light. At the popular Reverse Engineering table, students took apart non-working electronics and appliances to explore how their parts work together.
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