Dobson fourth-graders learn science

Jake Hutchens and Brady Hazelwood are finding the right pieces to create their circuit. - Submitted photo
Fourth-grade teacher, Amy Holt helps out Jahyr Avila and Micah Whitley follow the directions to build a fan. - Submitted photo
Jeff Edwards of the SCS Science Institute helps to answer questions from students. - Submitted photo
Dobson Elementary School’s fourth-grade students recently had a visit from Jeff Edwards from the Surry County Schools Science Institute to learn about electricity. Edwards explained how to create complete circuits with the use of Snap Circuit kits. “This is such an awesome opportunity for our students to learn about electricity in an engaging way. We are very thankful for all the learning opportunities the SCS Science Institute provides for our students. Our kids have absolutely loved it,” said Kelly Mayes’ fourth-grade teacher. Here, McKinnley Sims and Kileigh Darnell work together to put their circuit together. - - Submitted photo
Aaron Luvianos and Fisher Turner cheer when they flip the switch and their light bulb turns on. - - Submitted photo

Dobson Elementary School’s fourth-grade students recently had a visit from Jeff Edwards from the Surry County Schools Science Institute to learn about electricity. Edwards explained how to create complete circuits with the use of Snap Circuit kits. “This is such an awesome opportunity for our students to learn about electricity in an engaging way. We are very thankful for all the learning opportunities the SCS Science Institute provides for our students. Our kids have absolutely loved it,” said Kelly Mayes’ fourth-grade teacher. Here, McKinnley Sims and Kileigh Darnell work together to put their circuit together.

Aaron Luvianos and Fisher Turner cheer when they flip the switch and their light bulb turns on.

Jake Hutchens and Brady Hazelwood are finding the right pieces to create their circuit.

Fourth-grade teacher, Amy Holt helps out Jahyr Avila and Micah Whitley follow the directions to build a fan.

Jeff Edwards of the SCS Science Institute helps to answer questions from students.

Jake Hutchens and Brady Hazelwood are finding the right pieces to create their circuit.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_DSC_0021_formatted.jpgJake Hutchens and Brady Hazelwood are finding the right pieces to create their circuit. Submitted photo

Fourth-grade teacher, Amy Holt helps out Jahyr Avila and Micah Whitley follow the directions to build a fan.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_DSC_0025_formatted.jpgFourth-grade teacher, Amy Holt helps out Jahyr Avila and Micah Whitley follow the directions to build a fan. Submitted photo

Jeff Edwards of the SCS Science Institute helps to answer questions from students.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_DSC_0026_formatted.jpgJeff Edwards of the SCS Science Institute helps to answer questions from students. Submitted photo

Dobson Elementary School’s fourth-grade students recently had a visit from Jeff Edwards from the Surry County Schools Science Institute to learn about electricity. Edwards explained how to create complete circuits with the use of Snap Circuit kits. “This is such an awesome opportunity for our students to learn about electricity in an engaging way. We are very thankful for all the learning opportunities the SCS Science Institute provides for our students. Our kids have absolutely loved it,” said Kelly Mayes’ fourth-grade teacher. Here, McKinnley Sims and Kileigh Darnell work together to put their circuit together.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_DSC_0060_formatted.jpgDobson Elementary School’s fourth-grade students recently had a visit from Jeff Edwards from the Surry County Schools Science Institute to learn about electricity. Edwards explained how to create complete circuits with the use of Snap Circuit kits. “This is such an awesome opportunity for our students to learn about electricity in an engaging way. We are very thankful for all the learning opportunities the SCS Science Institute provides for our students. Our kids have absolutely loved it,” said Kelly Mayes’ fourth-grade teacher. Here, McKinnley Sims and Kileigh Darnell work together to put their circuit together. Submitted photo

Aaron Luvianos and Fisher Turner cheer when they flip the switch and their light bulb turns on.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_DSC_0069_formatted.jpgAaron Luvianos and Fisher Turner cheer when they flip the switch and their light bulb turns on. Submitted photo