Brilliance on Display at the S.T.E.M. Fair

At the end of May, Montessori By The Sea held a school-wide STEM Fair. The Fair was held in the Prospect Youth Hall, where over 75 elementary students proudly displayed projects that were related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. 

The STEM Fair was a wonderful opportunity for students to gain an introduction to STEM and what the fields entail, as well as a chance to connect the subjects together and see them in action. It also allowed elementary students to bridge their in-school and out-of-school learning opportunities. Additionally, it was a chance to pique students’ interest in these subjects – either by pursuing a project of their choosing, or simply by engaging with the projects at the Fair. 

There was an enormous range of projects and work shown: from computer games created using code to 3D models of body systems, from erupting volcanoes to live-action algebra equations, from displays on spiders to paper airplanes designs, from a demonstration of light refraction in water to a simulation of a tornado. There were so many dynamic and impressive projects for all visitors to learn about! 

Visitors were also in for a treat, as the Upper Elementary East students presented group science experiments for everyone in the Hall. The experiments were fun and engaging for all.

Congratulations to all participants of the STEM Fair! It was a huge success because of your hard work. An additional thank you to the parents, teachers, and students who took the time to visit the Fair. The exciting buzz and community spirit contributed to the success of the day.


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