Photo Album

Webster School Extension students work on several fun projects during Mass STEM Week, including two involving pumpkins. Younger students opened and examined the inside of a pumpkin, while older students conducted an experiment in which they predicted if pumpkins would sink or float in a container of water

Three pumpkins and a container of water
A group of students around a round table, conducting an experiment with a pumpkin and water
A group of students around a round table, conducting an experiment with a pumpkin and water
A group of students around a round table, conducting an experiment with a pumpkin and water
A group of students around a round table, conducting an experiment with a pumpkin and water
A small group of students place a pumpkin in a container of water
A young student has fun examining the inside of a pumpkin
A young student has fun examining the inside of a pumpkin
A young student has fun examining the inside of a pumpkin
Four students sit at a round table and examine the insides of pumpkins
A young student uses a magnifying glass to study a pumpkin
A young student uses a magnifying glass to examine a pumpkin
A young student removes seeds from a pumpkin
A Webster Extension student duplicates designs using Unifix cubes
A Webster Extension student duplicates designs using Unifix cubes
Students have fun observing a pumpkin volcano