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  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Maria Hagar, Ryan Flaherty and Thomas Shaw check out a microscope with Newcomb looking on.

    Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Maria Hagar, Ryan Flaherty and Thomas Shaw check out a microscope with Newcomb looking on.

  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Alyson Kenney swabs her cheek with a toothpick.<br/>

    Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Alyson Kenney swabs her cheek with a toothpick.

  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Grace Caplan and Carina Kierstead write down their scientific observations.<br/><br/>

    Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Grace Caplan and Carina Kierstead write down their scientific observations.

  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Maria Hagar, Ryan Flaherty and Thomas Shaw check out a microscope with Newcomb looking on.
  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Alyson Kenney swabs her cheek with a toothpick.<br/>
  • Henniker Community School’s fourth grade teacher Caroline Morono took her science class to New England College professor of biology Jim Newcomb’s lab for hands-on work in a college setting. The students learned the differences between plant and animal cells. Newcomb’s lecture on the anatomy of a cell included having the students swab the inside of their cheek with a toothpick and prepare a slide. They then compared the difference between a plant and animal cell. The students also documented their observations and recorded them just as a regular biology lab would be conducted. Grace Caplan and Carina Kierstead write down their scientific observations.<br/><br/>
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