Last updated: October 10. 2013 10:19AM - 397 Views

Courtesy photoMalik Smith, Leonilla Garcia, Cameron McGaha, and Maria Jimenez-Santis work together to create a Popsicle chain reaction.
Courtesy photoMalik Smith, Leonilla Garcia, Cameron McGaha, and Maria Jimenez-Santis work together to create a Popsicle chain reaction.
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Members of Union Intermediate School’s STEM Club discovered how energy shifts from potential to kinetic by building Popsicle stick chains recently.


The students used iPads to watch tutorials on building techniques, and worked in groups to build their own chain reaction.


Union Intermediate’s FULL STEM AHEAD program was funded with a Sampson County Love of Learning Grant.

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