In a stunning upset, Roasted Vegetable Ritz Crackers won the championship taste test. These crackers were not initially invited to the tournament and only got to participate because Reduced Fat Ritz Crackers failed to show up to their first round match. Congratulations to Roasted Vegetable Ritz and all the Ozone children who participated.
In Green Means Go, children used a variety of recycled material to create and test different wheels and axles.
For our first Video Game Makers class, students created characters.
Today was the second semi-final match for our Ritz Cracker Tournament. In a surprising development, Reduced Fat Ritz Crackers did not show up for the match (they were out of stock at Wegmans). Luckily, Roasted Vegetable Ritz Crackers were available to compete, and that was bad news for Hint of Salt Ritz Crackers. Stay tuned for next week’s championship battle when we learn what is the best Ritz Cracker.
By the Comets & Satellites:
BASCP students enjoyed another chilly day at Nashoba.
The Comets and Satellites layered tissue paper with watered down glue over balloons to form the bowl shape. The boys ended turning them into helmets.