Port Macquarie Adventist School stages 2018 Super Science Adventure Days

Activities from fizzy sherbet to slippery snow, elephant toothpaste and lavender fizz bath salts have helped children foster a love of science.

About 300 children, aged between three and five, experienced the joy of science during Super Science Adventure Days at Port Macquarie Adventist School.

The youngsters rotated through 28 activity stations dotted around the school on August 9 and 10.

Port Macquarie Adventist School students from Year 2 and upwards took on leadership roles at the activity stations.

Port Macquarie Adventist School principal Phil Lillehagen said the event demonstrated science skills and engaged early learning in science.

He said the days promoted learning, and secondly, showed off the school.


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