Sixth grade students recently completed an exciting STEAM project in science combining research, storytelling and moving making.
Each student researched an element, then used the science behind the element's chemical and physical properties to create a superhero. Sixth graders gave their superhero a backstory about how they got their powers and appearance. After creating a 2-D or 3-D figure and writing a script and story board, science teacher Angie Zinkl and technology coordinator Melika Panneri helped the students create a movie using WeVideo.
Watch the video below to meet the world's newest superhero, Nitro Girl.
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